Realme C17 Smartphone Will Be Launched In India In November

Realme C17 smartphone will be launched in India in November, know the price and specifications.

Smartphone manufacturer Realme is going to launch its new smartphone in India soon. This new smartphone will be Realme C17.

The phone has been launched in Bangladesh before India. According to the leaked report, Realme company is preparing to launch this smartphone in the Indian market by the last weeks of November.

Realme C17 Expected Price

The Realme C17 smartphone has been launched in Bangladesh for around Rs 15,990, which will come to around Rs 13,000 in Indian rupees.

In such a situation, the company can offer this smartphone in India for less than Rs 13,000. Realme’s upcoming smartphone Realme C17 single storage variant will come in 6GB RAM and 128GB.

The company is preparing to introduce this phone in the Indian market in two color variants Lake Green and Navy Blue.

Realme C17 was spotted on the company’s support page about a month ago, showing the possibility of launching the phone in India soon.

Specifications

The Realme C17 smartphone can have a 6.5-inch HD + display, which will come with 720 x 1600 pixel resolution. Its refresh rate will be 90Hz.

The screen to body ratio of the phone will be 90 percent. Corning Gorilla Glass will be supported in Realme C17 smartphone from the company for the protection of the phone.

The phone will work on Android 10 based on Realme UI. The Octa-core Snapdragon 460 can be given in Realme C17 as the same processor. The storage of the phone can be increased with the help of a micro SD card.

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It has been announced to collect charges on behalf of the company for this commercial service WhatsApp Business. For the rest of the customers, WhatsApp will be free as before.

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