The latest budget phone from Realme, the Realme C11 just costs P4,990 and it has a huge 5000mAh power battery, Helio G35 gaming chipset, and not just a gaming chipset, it also offers connectivity enhancements. That means faster response and more reliable connections to ensure you can always stay connected and very useful for those who have online classes. It has dual cameras and 2GB of ram. So the question is, can it handle graphic demanding games? Is it powerful enough despite its price? At 2GB ram, can we experience its full potential? What about its mobile data speed? Is it fast enough?
Realme C11 2021 Price In Bangladesh
The Realme C11 2021 price in Bangladesh starts at 10,499 taka for the 2GB RAM + 32GB storage variant. The variant with 4GB of RAM retails for 12,490 taka . The smartphone is available for purchase via Amazon, Realme, and offline retail stores. The Realme C11 2021 comes in Cool Blue and Cool Gray color variants.
Realme C11 price and specifications
There’s only one configuration of the Realme C11 at the time of launch, with 2GB of RAM and 32GB of storage, and it will cost you Rs. 10,499. Realme has used the new MediaTek Helio G35 SoC, which is touted as a “mainstream gaming” solution. Other than these core specifications, the C11 has a lot in common with the C3 and Narzo 10A. You get a very similar 6.5-inch 720×1600-pixel HD+ screen, and a 5000mAh battery.
The Realme C11 features a 5,000mAh battery, and the handset delivered us less than two days of battery life. If your usage involves just basic messaging, calling, random videos on YouTube, and social networking, you don’t need to worry about the battery draining out in a day. However, adding gaming, hours of binge-watching, long photography sessions, and browsing will give less than a day’s battery life. Once the battery is down, the 10W charger takes quite a lot of time to fully charge the Realme C11. In our usage, it took more than 2 hours.
realme C11 Design
realme, as it is known, creates beautiful models with its design line. The brand, which continues this in the C11 model, was inspired by the famous Painter Piet Mondrian in this phone and again created a beautiful design. Realme C11 has plastic material as it is one of the entry segments models. At this point, it is necessary to open a parenthesis: Realme 5i, which we have examined before, also had a plastic material, but with its design details, many competitors in this segment were out of stone. realme C11 is one of them and is effective with its design.
We get a 6.5-inch 720p IPS LCD with 270ppi density. The screen is just fine. It has a color-accurate display, but when we tried to look closer, we saw some pixel lines. Probably because it only has 720×1560 pixels, compared to 720×1600 pixels on the Realme C11. Overall, right out of the box, the screen is in a warmer tone which makes the screen feel like premium. And the viewing angle is great. Contrast is decent and balance.
Realme C11 is priced at Rs. 10499 for the single 2GB+32GB variant and comes in Rich Green and Rich Gray color options. The C11 scores high on design and the overall aesthetics, but falls short in performance. The low RAM is definitely a bottleneck and doesn’t give the best user experience. On the other side, the battery life is solid and the optics are quite good as well. That said, we would recommend you to spend a bit more and get the realme Narzo 10A instead as it offers far better and smooth performance along with better security with a physical fingerprint scanner. You can check out the review of Narzo 10A here.