After much speculation, Realme has just launched the Realme C25s in India. Realme C25s is not so different from Realme C25 but with one important contrast: the chipset is the Mediatek Helio G85 that we previously saw on Narzo 30A, rather than the Helio G70 used in the previous smartphone. Last month, this new Chinese device made its debut in Malaysia. The goal here is to provide gaming a bit more oomph over the C25.
“Our entry-level C series has seen a tremendous response from our customers in India and globally. Till date, we have 32 million realme series users globally. Realme C series continues to be a strong growth driver for the brand in India and the latest addition of Realme C25s to the Realme C series will allow us to cater to the requirements of more young users across the country, who look for numerous features across price segments amongst entry-level smartphones,” said Realme CEO of India and Europe, Mahadev Seth.
The Realme C25s comes in two different configurations: the 4GB RAM + 64 internal storage model which costs Rs. 9,999, and the 4GB RAM + 128GB internal storage model which comes at a price of Rs. 10,999. In case, there is also a microSD card slot that can hold up to 256GB of data.
As far as specification is concerned, as the Realme C25s is a budget phone, you shouldn’t have high expectations. Realme continues to provide an excellent combination of characteristics for the price. The phone comes in two color schemes: Watery Grey and Watery Blue. The camera system remains the same as Realme C25, with a 13MP primary sensor and a pair of 2MP sensors, and a front camera of 8MP sensors.
It is 9.6mm thick and weighs 209 grams. This Chinese Smart device includes a 3.5mm headphone jack and supports 4G VoLTE, GPS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and a 3.5mm headphone connector. The Realme C25s has a 6000mAh battery that supports 18W fast charging and runs on Android 11 with the Realme UI 2.0 layer on top. Realme C25s will be available at the company shop, Flipkart, and on other offline outlets from June 8, 2021.