Realme presented the C55 smartphone, the first among the manufacturer’s products to receive the Mini Capsule feature, an analogue of Dynamic Island that debuted in the iPhone 14 Pro. The black “island” around the front camera display cutout shows notifications about low battery, battery level, data usage and even the number of steps per day. That’s right, the last two points will appear with the release of the update in the near future.
Another highlight of the Realme C55 is the 33W SuperVOOC charging, which is the best in Realme’s C series where, for example, the C35 only offers 18W. There is a possibility that realme will no longer offer chargers with a power of less than 33W in this series – the company announced this notably at MWC 2023. The realme C55 model, running on the MediaTek Helio G88 platform, has added up to 8 GB of RAM and up to 256 GB of onboard storage, and the microSD slot supports memory cards up to 1 TB. The smartphone runs Android 13 with Realme UI 4.0 interface.
The realme C55 has a 6.72″ FHD+ display with 90Hz and a brightness of up to 680cd/m². The fingerprint scanner is integrated into the side of the power button. Under the notch at the top of the screen there is an 8 megapixel self-portrait camera and video calls; There is also a 64 MP main camera on the back, as well as a depth sensor. The smartphone has a USB-C port, a 3.5 mm headphone jack and an NFC module.
Realme C55 smartphone announced in Indonesia, where it goes on sale tomorrow, March 8th. 6/128 and 8/256GB configurations are available for $160 and $195, respectively. Available in yellow (Sunshower) and dark gray (Rainy Night).