The Realme C21 is expected to go on sale on March 5th. The phone will first be available in Malaysia, and a teaser poster posted on social media confirms that it will have a 5,000mAh battery. The Realme C21 is the follow-up to the Realme C20, which was published in January of this year. While the basic specifications of the two phones are similar, it’s fair to say that the upcoming Realme C21 will have a better camera and processor than its predecessor.
The business revealed the Realme C21’s arrival in Malaysia on its Malaysian Facebook page. The phone is set to go on sale in Malaysia on March 5th. The teaser poster gives us a look at the phone’s internals. The Realme C21 is expected to have a 5,000mAh battery with a standby period of up to 47 days, according to the manufacturer.
Furthermore, the post claims that users can use the Realme C21 for 1.43 hours of WhatsApp, 4.78 hours of Spotify, and 1.36 hours of YouTube with just a 5% battery charge. On March 5, at 12 a.m., Realme plans to announce the phone’s specifications. Apart from that, we don’t know anything about the phone, and it’s expected that the company will announce pricing and comprehensive specs, like design, later this week.
The Realme C21 was recently spotted with the model number RMX3201 on an Indonesian Telecom website, suggesting that it will be launched in Indonesia as well. On Thailand’s NBTC certification site, the same model number has been discovered. The Realme C21 is expected to support 10W charging and feature 2.4GHz WiFi 802.11 b/g/n. Realme UI 1.0, based on Android 10, is expected to run on the phone. There is currently no word on when this phone will be available in India.