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A review of Realme C11

Realme C11 – Here’s what you need to know

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Realme C11: Is this the next entry-level champ?

The Good
  • A great battery
  • Large screen
The Bad
  • Plastic body

Realme has been a solid player in the entry-level segment of smartphones for some time now. This year, Realme is has launched another great device which will give a tough time to it’s competitors. Let’s see what the Realme C11 has to offer.

Design and Display

The plastic body of Realme C11 has been given a glossy finish which makes it look stylish. There is a box setup for the cameras on the back which looks quite up to date as far as the design is concerned. You will have to be careful while picking up the phone though as there is no oleophobic coating.

The C11 will come with a massive 6.5″ 720p display that has a resolution of 720 x 1560. Colors feel crisp and the screen is really impressive for an entry-level device. There is a water notch on the panel which does not cut the videos.

Processor, RAM and Storage

Realme C11 is powered by Helio G35 SoC which is a gaming chipset. It can perform day to day tasks like a breeze. Playing video games would be fun as the phone will not lag too much. You might see a little lag here and there, but that’s really not a problem for an entry-level device.

2 GB of RAM does not seem like a big number on the sheet, but as far as daily usage is concerned, it will be enough for multi-tasking. There is 32GB of internal storage given here so storing your favourite stuff will not be a problem.


The back of the phone has a 13MP main camera with a 2 MP depth sensor that has an aperture of f/2.4. Portraits are good and the cameras capture good detail for an entry-level device. The front camera is a 5MP selfie camera with an  f/2.4 aperture. Selfies look good and the image is not over-processed like the images from some other phones in this price range.


A 5000 mAh battery is the main selling point of this smartphone. Now, whenever a 720p LCD is combined with a big battery, the smartphone lasts much longer. Same is the case here, and you can expect upto 2 days of backup from this beast of a battery if you are an average user. The only drawback here is a MicroUSB 2.0, but not too many people look for a type-C port in entry-level devices.


Realme C11 will be a solid contender in the enrty-level. If you love Realme’s minimalist user interface, we definitely recommend this phone.