Realme C30 launches in Brazil to compete with Samsung and Motorola


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Realme C30 launches in Brazil to compete with Samsung and Motorola

The launch of the Realme C30 has been confirmed in Brazil. In a publication on the company’s social networks, Realme announced that its new cell phone officially arrives in the country on August 30 in at least two colors: black and green.

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In the post we see that the device offers textured back cover in both color options, straight sides and only a rear camera with LED flash.

So far the company has not confirmed which memory options will arrive in Brazil and what will be the official price of the brand’s new entry-level cell phone.

Realme C30: what to expect?

Announced just over a month ago on the international market, the Realme C30 has a 6.5-inch IPS LCD screen with HD resolution, Unisoc T612 processor and 32 GB of storage with options of 2 and 3 GB of RAM. The front panel has a thick lower edge and teardrop notch.

Realme C30 will be the company’s next entry-level cell phone to conquer the local market (Image: Disclosure/Realme)

The brand’s entry-level phone only supports 4G connectivity and has a 5 MP front camera and an 8 MP rear camera. It arrives from the factory with Android 11 and Realme Go Edition interface.

Among the highlights of the device is its generous battery of 5,000 mAh, but offering support for charging at only 10 W.

The smartphone was launched in India with a suggested price of 7,499 rupees (about R$ 500) in blue and green colors. The teaser released by Realme does not confirm the price of the device on Brazilian soil, but reinforces the arrival of the model in black and green.

Source: really