The Realme C11 (2021) is the company’s second low-cost mobile phone to land in the Brazilian market. Equipped with the Unisoc SC9863A processor, also found in other popular devices in the country, the C11 arrives to compete for space with the Moto E6i, Philco Hit P10 and the TCL L10 Lite. With a simple fact sheet, the model debuts with the promise of serving basic users who need the essentials for the day to day.
It has 6.5-inch LCD screen, unique 8 megapixel camera, 5,000 mAh battery and robust, splash-resistant design. In recent weeks, I’ve used Realme C11 as my main phone and i share all its positives and negatives in this review.
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The Realme C11 has the same design as the C25, which we have already tested here on Tecnoblog. The main difference is in the rear: because it is more basic, the C11 loses the fingerprint reader and the camera module houses only one lens. In construction, both are similar, betting on a simple plastic body and a rough finish that helps in grip. Also, the smartphone is not as heavy as the brother who has 209 grams with the battery of 6,000 mAh. The C11 weighs 190 g, which already favors usability with one hand.