Realme C15 chipset and quad camera details tipped ahead of launch

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    Realme C15 launch is set for July 28th in Indonesia.

    • Realme C15 is tipped to come with MediaTek Helio G35 SoC, which additionally powers the Realme C11
    • The quad camera setup is claimed to incorporate a 13MP main sensor
    • Realme C15 will launch in Indonesia on July 28th

    Realme C15 is scheduled to launch on July 28th in Indonesia and would be the company’s first phone to function a 6,000mAh battery. A teaser picture has already revealed the whole design of the phone, so we all know there will be a square-shaped camera module and a tiny waterdrop notch. The Realme C15 will succeed the Realme C11 (review) price range phone that was launched in India recently. A brand new report has now detailed the Realme C15’s chipset and quad camera sensors forward of the phone’s launch next week. The report be PlayfulDroid claims the handset can be powered by the MediaTek Helio G35 SoC, the identical chipset found on Realme C11.

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    Realme C15
    The report provides that the Realme C15’s quad cam setup will embody a 13MP main sensor, an 8MP ultra-wide-angle lens, a 2MP macro lens, and a 2MP depth sensor for portrait pictures. On the front, the phone can have a 5MP snapper for selfies and video calls. The handset is claimed to return in two variants – 3GB + 64GB and 4GB + 64GB storage – that ought to assist storage expandability through a microSD card. The phone can be obtainable in Marine Blue and Seagull Gray color choices with a gradient end.

    The Realme C15’s 6,000mAh battery can have 18W fast-charging assist, which is an enchancment over the 5,000mAh capability and standard 10W charging on the Realme C11. The phone can have a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor for safety. That’s all we all know about the Realme C15, which is rather a lot already. The company will announce the phone’s pricing and availability details on launch day.




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