Realme C3s Spotted on US FCC, Tipping Rear Fingerprint Scanner and Other Details


Realme C3s was recently reportedly certified on Thailand’s NBTC, and now the smartphone with the same model number has surfaced on US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) revealing different details. The Realme C3s spotted on FCC bears the RMX2020 model number. This listing also reveals the handset’s design, software, and other details. The FCC listing also has a schematic of the smartphone which hints that the upcoming Realme C3s will sport a fingerprint scanner at the back along with an oblong camera module.

The Realme C3s surfaced on FCC hints at a multi-camera setup as the camera module looks big enough for multiple sensors. It is possible that the Realme C3s could come with a depth sensor or a wide-angle lens along with an LED flash. These details aren’t confirmed but we should know before the official launch.

The listing also hints that the smartphone will sport a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner which is a good addition considering that the Realme C2 missed out on the fingerprint scanner. This Realme C3s is expected to run ColorOS 7 based on top of Android 10. The Realme C3s is said to support Wi-Fi 2.4GHz but the listing does not reveal any other details.

Realme is preparing the Realme C3s to be the successor of the Realme C2s which the company launched in Thailand recently, a smartphone was a rebranded version of the Realme C2. Thus, we can expect the Realme C3s to launch as the Realme C3 in some markets – including India. The company recently launched the Realme 5i in India which bears the RMX2030 model number. The Realme 5i sports a 20:9 aspect ratio, is powered by a Snapdragon 665 SoC and packs in a 5,000mAh battery. As for the Realme C3s, we might have to wait for more details to surface.

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Aditya Shenoy

Aditya has been reviewing gadgets for over 5 years now and began his career reviewing smartphones. He began reviewing smartwatches when Android Wear was a thing and continues to review fitness wearables. An audiophile, he also reviews audio products every now and then. While reviewing smartphones keeps him busy during the week, he loves to unwind by going on long drives over the weekends. A thorough petrolhead who loves technology and can talk about bhp and GHz all day long.


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