Realme C2: Features | Pricing | Specs

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Realme's budget-friendly Realme C2 smartphone packs a healthy supply of modern smartphone features but won't cost you an arm and a leg.

6.1 inches

Display size

720 x 1560px

256GB

Internal storage

13MP + 2MP

Rear camera

4,000 mAh

Battery size

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Details

Pros

  • 6.1-inch display with 89.35% screen-to-body ratio
  • Dual-lens 13MP + 2MP rear camera with AI optimisations
  • 4,000mAh battery

Display

Display Size
6.1 inches
Resolution
720 x 1560px
Pixels per inch (PPI)
281.66 ppi

Camera

Rear camera megapixels
13MP + 2MP
Rear camera aperture size
f/2.2
Video recording
1080p
Front camera megapixels
5MP

Physical Dimensions

Dimensions
154.4mm x 73.8mm x 8.4mm
Weight
166g

Connectivity

NFC
No
Wi-Fi
802.11 a/b/g/n
Network category speed
N/A

Power, storage and battery

Processor
MediaTek Helio P22
RAM
3GB
Operating system
Android 9
Internal storage
256GB
External storage support
Up to 256GB
Battery capacity
4,000mAh

Device features

Headphone jack
Yes
Fingerprint sensor
No
Water resistance rating
N/A
Wireless charging
No
Launch price (RRP)$199

The Realme C2 has...

A larger battery than 84% of similarly-priced phones
A larger screen than 86% of similarly-priced phones
A higher-resolution rear camera than 60% of similarly-priced phones
A lower-resolution front camera than 30% of similarly-priced phones

The Realme C2 is the Chinese smartphone manufacturer's budget offering, clocking in at a relatively low RRP of $199. Despite the lightweight price tag, though, it packs a surprising number of modern features that help it stand out from other affordable smartphones.

First among these is the 6.1-inch display sporting a 19.5:9 widescreen ratio and a waterdrop notch for the front-facing camera. Little space is wasted on bezel, with the phone boasting an 89.35% screen-to-body ratio. Realme has decided to ditch the fingerprint sensor, but you can use the front-facing camera to unlock the phone using your face.

In addition to that front-facing 5MP camera, you'll find a dual-lens 13MP + 2MP camera array on the rear. It supports depth-of-field effects and can record slow-motion video, plus it features AI optimisations for folks who don't want to tweak settings manually.

At the heart of the Realme C2 is a MediaTek Helio P22 processor along with 3GB of RAM. A 4,000mAh battery provides the juice, though unfortunately there's no support for fast- or wireless-charging.

Realme C2

Realme C2 specifications

Display

Camera

Physical dimensions

Connectivity

Power, storage and battery

Device features

Display size 6.1 inches
Resolution 720 x 1560
Pixels per inch (PPI) 281.66
Rear camera megapixels 13MP + 2MP
Rear camera aperture size f/2.2
Video recording 1080p
Front camera megapixels 5MP
Front camera aperture size N/A
Dimensions 154.4mm x 73.8mm x 8.4mm
Weight 166g
NFC No
Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n
Network category speed N/A
Processor MediaTek Helio P22
RAM 3GB
Operating system Android 9
Internal storage

256GB

External storage support Up to 256GB
Battery capacity 4,000mAh
Headphone jack Yes
Fingerprint sensor No
Water resistance N/A
Wireless charging No

Pricing and availability

  • The Realme C2 has an RRP of $199

Realme C2

Realme C2

  • 6.1-inch display with 89.35% screen-to-body ratio
  • Dual-lens 13MP + 2MP rear camera with AI optimisations
  • 4,000mAh battery
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