Many customers must have thought that the Narzo series was going to replace the Realme C series but Realme has added new impetus to the C series with the latest Realme C25S. A budget phone that packs a huge battery and decent processing speed although it has a few drawbacks that we shall discuss. Realme has come out with a phone that will not only go beyond your expectations but will do so without creating a huge dent in your wallet.
Realme C25s price in india starts from 9999. This Mobile is a decent phone with Mediatek Helio G70 Processor, 4 GB RAM of RAM, and 64 GB of Storage.
Realme C25s runs on Mediatek Helio G70 Processor and it has 2 GHz, Octa Core Processor CPU and ARM G52 MC2 GPU.
In terms of camera, this model comes up with rear camera of 13 MP (f/2.2 Main) + 2 MP (f/2.4 Portrait ) + 2 MP (f/2.4 Macro ) with autofocus and front camera of 8 MP (f/2 Main) with Screen Flash. Other camera features include Supports 20 Continuous Shooting, Photograph Functions: Beauty, Filter, HDR, Panoramic View, Portrait, Timelapse, Slo-mo, NightScape, Expert, Slow-mo Video Recording.
In connectivity, this model includes Call Records, Messaging, Phonebook, Games, Edge, GPRS, Face Unlock. Different network support available for the 2g: GSM 900 / 1800 / 1900 MHz, 3g: HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1900 / 2100 MHz, 4g: Dual VoLTE, 5g: No.+ Read More
The Realme C25s comes with a slightly above average set of SoC under its hood to power your daily tasks. The MediaTek Helio G85 powers the Realme C25s and Realme markets it as a gaming processor. The SoC has been tweaked for gaming but largely it underperforms. It can handle almost all the other tasks with ease. The octa-core Helio G85 on the Realme C25s is paired up with 4 GB of RAM which does little to increase the processing speed, though apps open quickly and there is no visible stuttering. The G85 SoC as stated earlier is not that efficient in handling AAA games but for the occasional gamers, the Realme C25s shall be more than enough. With a top clock speed of 2.0 GHz, the Realme C25s ensures that you get a lag-free experience. The SoC and RAM are paired with a Mali-G52 MC2 GPU to handle all the graphics duty and the Realme C25s run on the Realme UI 2.0 built on Android 11 UI.
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The Realme C25s has a 6.5-inch HD+ LCD screen that is suitable given its price tag. The phone comes with a screen resolution of 720x1600 pixels with an approximate pixel density of about 270 pixels per inch. The IPS LCD panel offers mostly good-looking colors with decent contrast. The Realme C25s has an aspect ratio of 20:9 and a body-to-screen ratio of 81.7%. The LCD screen has great viewing angles and is great for watching movies and browsing but there is a huge drawback. The Realme C25s does not have a WideVine L1 certification like other Realme phones which means all the video content on OTT platforms can only be viewed at standard definition quality. The screen has a brightness of 480 nits, peaking to a maximum of 570 nits. The bezels are very thick and nothing much has been changed comparing to its predecessor Realme C25. The capacitive touchscreen is sweet while responding to your touches but the only drawback is that you do not get any significant protection like a Corning Gorilla Glass. There is a standard 60 Hz refresh rate you get with the Realme C25s, and a 90 Hz variable refresh rate would have been appreciated.
This is one section where Realme has done a good job considering the 6000mAh battery pack that the Realme C25s offers. The 6000 mAh battery is huge compared to competitors and can easily manage to power the Realme C25s throughout the day. Casual social media usage and even a few hours of gaming can be easily managed by the battery. The only drawback is that the huge battery increases the weight of the Realme C25s and also the width significantly. The makers at Realme decided to go a step further and provided 18W fast charging capabilities in the Realme C25s. The fast-charging capability is a unique feature of the Realme C25s and an unusual one compared to its price tag.
The Realme C25s features a triple camera AI setup with some good quality but given that it is a budget phone, the pictures are budget-centric too. The triple camera setup is formed using a 13 MP main snapper lens for the Indian model and a 48 MP main snapper for the international model along with two 2 MP depth and macro sensor lenses accompanying it. The photography qualities of the back camera setup are average at best and the two macro lenses don’t do much to enhance the picture quality. Given a fair amount of light, the pictures have decent color quality and soft focus with good saturation levels. The camera setup does not have an ultra-wide lens but even with the lens, photo quality is not very exceptional. Night picture quality is very poor and even though there is a dedicated night mode, not much can be said in its praise.
At the front, you get an 8MP snapper at the centre of the screen in a belt at the top. The 8 MP camera offers photos that are budget-centric like the phone itself and not something to show off. The pictures are over sharpened and the exposure is a lot if taken against the light.
The Realme C25s has a very budget-centric build with a plastic unibody that is prone to scratches but the design is a unique one. With a smooth bar running vertically bearing the Realme brand name and a glossy decal-like back panel on the bar’s side. Considering its budget-centric design, the design is at par but the huge battery adds to the phone’s weight and is felt in hand. The Realme C25s has gone through stringent measures to get the TUV Rheinland Smartphone High-Reliability Certification. This means your Realme C25s will stay by your side for a long time but considering its budget features, you may need to replace it with a better deal once you get one.
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|Operating System||Android OS, v11|
|Status||Available in India|
|Bezel Less Display||Yes with waterdrop notch|
|Pixel Density||269 PPI|
|Screen size||6.5 inches|
|Touchscreen||Yes, Capacitive Touchscreen, Multi-touch|
|Chipset||Mediatek Helio G70|
|CPU||2 GHz, Octa Core Processor|
|GPU||ARM G52 MC2|
|External Storage||Yes, upto 256 GB|
|Internal Storage||128 GB|
|Camera Features||Supports 20 Continuous Shooting, Photograph Functions: Beauty, Filter, HDR, Panoramic View, Portrait, Timelapse, Slo-mo, NightScape, Expert, Slow-mo Video Recording|
|Front Camera||8 MP (f/2 Main) with Screen Flash|
|Primary camera||13 MP (f/2.2 Main) + 2 MP (f/2.4 Portrait ) + 2 MP (f/2.4 Macro ) with autofocus|
|Audio Jack||Yes, 3.5mm|
|Audio Player||MP3, WAV, eAAC+, FLAC|
|Speakers||Yes, with stereo speakers|
|Video Player||MP4, DivX, XviD, WMV, H.264, H.263|
|Type||Non-removable Li-ion 6000 mAh battery|
|Bluetooth||Yes, v5.0, A2DP, LE, aptX|
|Speed||HSPA 42.2/5.76 Mbps, LTE-A|
|USB||USB Type-C 2.0, USB OTG|
|WLAN||Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, hotspot|
|2G||GSM 900 / 1800 / 1900 MHz|
|3G||HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1900 / 2100 MHz|
|Fingerprint Sensor||Yes, Rear Mounted|
|Sensors||Magnetic Induction Sensor, Light Sensor, Proximity Sensor, Acceleration Sensor|