Multiple reports have suggested that Realme is working on the successor to the Realme C2. The Realme C3 and Realme C3s are the rumoured successors to the previous Realme C series handsets. Ahead of the launch, the upcoming handsets were recently certified by two regulatory authorities including NBTC in Thailand and IMDA in Singapore. Now, the Realme C3s has received certification from the Federal Communications Commission in the US. The latest certification of the Realme C3s has revealed a few details regarding the design of the upcoming Realme smartphone.
Realme C3s specifications and features
The Realme C3s has been certified by the FCC under the model number RMX2020, which is in line with the earlier certification listings. The documentation in the database of the FCC has a sketch, which shows the back of the smartphone. As you can see in the image, the device has an oblong primary camera module, which is placed vertically on the top-left corner. The handset has a fingerprint sensor that’s located in the middle towards the top edge. While it’s not clear in the sketch, the Realme C3s could arrive with two primary lenses. One of these sensors could be a depth camera or a wide-angle shooter.
Unfortunately, the FCC certification of the Realme C3s hasn’t revealed anything else about the device. However, it does indicate that the official launch of the phone could happen very soon. Also, the rumour mill hasn’t leaked many details about the Realme 3s, but we should hear something in the near future.
Talking about the predecessor, the Realme C2, the phone was launched in India in April last year. The phone arrived as a budget offering with a Dewdrop notch above the screen, slim bezels, and a dual primary camera setup on the back. The handset is available in two RAM and storage in the country – 2GB + 16GB and 3GB + 32GB. The former costs Rs 5,999, while the later can be purchased by paying a sum of Rs 7,499.