Realme is known for launching its devices in multiple markets. Most of the time, the market that sees these units first is in China and India.
For the Realme C11, though, the brand chose to take the phone to Russia first before taking it to other parts of the world. That is strange, but an Indian launch is now restoring balance to things – and promising that we will see the device elsewhere too.
As of the time of this writing, the phone is only made available in Cool Blue or Cool Grey in India. More colours might join up soon, but we are not privy to that information.
No matter what finish you get the phone in, you are looking at a 6.5-inch unit that comes with an octa core processor under the hood, runs Android 11 out of the box and packs the custom Realme UI Go skin on top. One of the things to love here is the triple card slot on this slim phone which allows for the usage of dual SIMs and a micro-SD card where need be.
Realme made it clear that this is a lower midrange device by employing a single 8MP camera on the back and only slapping 5MP snapper on the front. Finished with a massive 5000mAh battery, the 2GB/ 32GB device is still well-priced at EUR80 equivalent.