In April last year Realme launched the Realme C2 in India and now the company is announcing its successor’s arrival. Realme India CEO Madhav Sheth is announcing the launch of a new smartphone of the’ C’ series in India. His latest tweet claims there are more than 10.2 million phone users in the world on the Realme C-series. If recent leaks are to be believed, the company may add phones to the Realme C3 and Realme C3s.
Sheth has taken Twitter to announce the arrival of the new phone of the Realme C series. He says that tomorrow the company’ will add more to this[ Realme C] series,’ hinting at tomorrow’s launch of the successor of Realme C2. He also points out that this new variant, like the Realme C1 and Realme C2 phones, will also be placed in the entry level framework. As of now, nothing else has been disclosed about this upcoming Realme C system and, as planned, Sheth is expected to reveal more information tomorrow.
Last month, a Realme phone with the model number RMX1941 was spotted on the IMDA platform in Singapore, and it was assumed to be the Realme C3 phone and will possibly be launched by the company tomorrow.
The company could also launch the Realme C3s, as it was spotted on the US FCC, and the NBTC certification sites in Thailand as reported. An oblong camera module that should house multiple cameras is claimed to carry a rear fingerprint scanner at the back with it. It’s expected to run on Android 10-based devices, 4 G connectivity and 2.4GHz Wi-Fi compatibility as well. The phone with model number RMX2020 is listed on both certification pages.