Realme C55, introduced by the Chinese brand recently, will go on sale in Brazil. The model, which has a similar function to the dynamic island of the iPhone 14 Pro, as announced by the manufacturer this Friday (17), will take its place in the national market in Aprildate has not been determined yet.

Marking the beginning of a new era for the C series, the vehicle aims to be the segment leader by focusing on camera, storage, battery and design, as the company claims. Regarding the first item, it has a premium lens with a pixel size of 0.7 µm and a 1/2” 64 MP sensor, identical to the Realme GT Master Edition.

About usable space, there is up to 256GB of space to store apps and files while the battery supports 33W fast charging. The look is inspired by the elements of nature, with the phone being offered in Sunshower (gold) and Rainy Night (black) colors in addition to being just 7.89mm thick.

Another highlight of the Realme C55 is Resource “Mini Capsule”intelligently adapts to the screen, taking advantage of the space next to the selfie camera. The functionality that mimics the tool of the Pro versions of the iPhone 14 is coming natively to an Android mobile for the first time.

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Although it has confirmed the launch for next month, brand not disclosed Realme C55 recommended price in Brazil. Abroad, 2,499,000 Indonesian rupees at the current exchange rate is equivalent to R$857 in direct conversion.

The technical sheet of the new Realme agent includes MediaTek Helio G88 processor, up to 16GB RAM with dynamic virtual memory function, 2MP depth sensor at the back, 8MP front lens and Android 13. NFC, Bluetooth 5.2 and digital reader are other highlights Does not support 5G.

Source: Tec Mundo

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