Every month new phones are hitting the market with advanced features and smarter designs. But only a few brands can keep the balance between the quality and price range. The trend-setter Smartphone manufacturing company realme has acquired a huge reputation among the mobile-enthusiasts for offering quality phones with reasonable price-tags. In this legacy, realme has launched its latest innovation realme C12 on the 26th of October 2020. Stay with us to read the full review of realme C12 with its price in Bangladesh.
What makes realme C12 out-win the pricier competitors is its staggering battery power. realme shook the world by offering an incredible 6000 mAh battery in its latest C12 Smartphone. It would be certainly helpful for the users who would like to use this gadget for participating in online classes/virtual meetings, watching full movies/ TV series, playing high definition virtual games, doing social media lives, or many more things.
More specifically, on a full charge, the realme C12’s 6000mAh battery can support call time for 46 hours,or PUBG gaming for about 10 hours, or YouTube video streaming for 28 hours, or music play for 60 hours. What is more? realme C12 promises about 57 days of standby support.
It often happens that the unused apps drain the battery of phones. Thanks to realme for providing C12 with the Quick App Freeze app that assists in preserving battery life by closing with idle apps after crossing the pre-specified time boundary. Furthermore, realme C12 is blessed with the ‘Screen battery optimization’ feature that can slightly downgrade the resolution and display effects with the purpose to extend the battery strength.
The box includes a 10W charger that supports reverse charging. On the moment of necessity, you can utilize this phone as a power bank to charge up other phones via USB cables. What else you need?
Nowadays, most of the consumers bear high expectation on the camera section while choosing any Smartphone. The realme phones come with smart camera configuration and the latest C12 keeps up this tradition. In this realme Smartphone, you get a triple AI rear camera setup including a 13MP primary rear sensor, 2MP B&W, and 2MP macro lens. On the front side, there is a 5MP selfie camera.
Its 13MP prime rear sensor featuring an f/2.2 aperture can take decent photos under ample light conditions. However, using the provided NightScape mode, you can improve the quality of photos captured in low light situations. Moreover, this prime camera is bestowed with a 4X zooming capacity that facilitates taking lucid shots from long distance. It is a blessing for amateur photographers.
The 2MP black-and-white portrait lens with f/2.4 aperture is capable of providing higher exposure while detecting the edges of the main subject correctly. This sensor also makes out brilliant contrast between the light and dark colors. And its 2MP macro lens bearing f/2.4 aperture aims to capture clear photos of tiny objects. This 4cm sensor can cherish your desire for macro photography.
While taking snaps with the rear camera series, you can apply the wonderful photographic features, such as Portrait, Beauty, Expert, filter, HDR, Slo-mo, panoramic view, Time-lapse, etc. Speaking of the overall image quality, the realme C12 does a great job considering its price range.
Now turning to the front screen of realme C12, you would find a 5MP selfie camera featuring f/2.4 aperture and 3p lens. This sensor takes attractive photos in the presence of adequate light conditions. The provided creative photography functions including Portrait, Beauty, filter, panoramic view, Timelapse, and HDR would facilitate you in capturing versatile photos.
Despite being a highly affordable Smartphone, realme C12 can be used for shooting video clips. You can shoot up to 1080p footage at 30fps. This phone also supports 720P slo-mo video shooting at 30fps. This phone’s video shooting option is enriched with a bunch of handy functions like panorama mode, HDR, time-lapse, etc. If you have a passion for videography, realme C12 can certainly help you!
The realme C12 bears a 6.5-inch LCD multi-touch screen featuring an HD plus display with 1600-by-720-Pixel Resolution capacity. Its fantastic mini-drop design with an amazing 88.7% screen-to-body ratio would blow up your mind. This widescreen can be prolific while doing professional works, watching media, or playing games. C12’s display is protected by the Corning Gorila Glass that can save the screen from accidental scratches.
realme claims that C12 offers about 420cd/m2 typical brightness at maximum. Certainly, this is good news for those people who stay outdoor long hours of the day and expect great sunlight visibility. Unlike other phones, the realme C12 lacks any camera bump that not only reflects its design efficiency; but also makes this phone highly compatible with rough use in everyday life.
The realme C12 will captivate you with its elegant geometric gradient design. On the rear panel, it presents the magnificent visual effects of diverse color-shades, and angle of lines induced by a creative trapezoid divider. The realme C12 has a fingerprint sensor on its back panel. This phone is available in two fascinating colors: Coral Red and Marine Blue.
The realme C12 is equipped with a 64-bit octa-core processor built with Cortex A53 cortex architecture. This CPU sports the MediaTek Helio G35 12nm Soc combined with the PowerVR GE8320 GPU. The Helio G35 is a gaming-friendly chipset that assures an amazing combination of speed and efficiency. With the utmost clock-speed of 2.3 GHz, realme C12’s processor can deliver stunning performance while operating diverse apps and running the latest gaming software. This phone is programmed with the realme UI on top of Android 10 OS that runs fluently in day to day operations.
The realme C12 packs an LPDDR4X RAM of 3GB capacity. By virtue of its standard RAM power, C12’s graphics performance can be boosted up by 20 percent. In C12, about 32 GB of internal storage is provided that is quite enough for regular applications. However, if you require much storage, insert an external memory card up to 256 GB capacity.
The realme C12 can support dual nano-SIM cards with a microSD card. Here you also get a 3.5mm Headset Jack and Micro-USB. This Smartphone has all the essential sensors including a Fingerprint sensor, Light Sensor, Magnetic induction Sensor, Proximity Sensor, and Acceleration Sensor. Its navigation system includes GPS/Beidou/GLONASS.
The price of realme C12 is only BDT 10,990 in Bangladesh. However, the price may vary depending upon
The realme C12 presents a proficient combination of software and hardware. Here you get a 6.5-inch HD+ display, 6000 mAh huge battery, 3GB RAM, 32 GB internal storage, triple AI Nightscape camera, and the Helio G35 gaming processor. Considering the price-range realme C12 packs exciting features. If you are on search of the best Smartphone under 11000, don’t miss realme C12!
We have seen lots of crazy phones in the year of 2020. The leading brands are going to launch several more exciting phones in the last months of this year. Are you planning to buy a new Smartphone very soon? In this article, we are going to highlight some leaked features of the best upcoming phones in November 2020. Stay with us to find out which Smartphone is worth buying.
realme has set a new trend of producing affordable phones with advanced features. In November, realme is going to launch two phones X7 and X7 Pro. The realme X7 series will overcome the limitations of the realme 7 series (realme 7i and realme 7 Pro) phones launched in October 2020.
realme X7 phone is expected to come with a 6.4-inch full HD plus AMOLED display. This phone would be equipped with a MediaTek Dimensity 800U processor. Its RAM capacity would range up to 8GB with 128GB internal storage. X7 would be powered by a 4300mAh battery. Like 7 Pro, the successor X7 is coming with a 65W charger. On the camera section, X7 would rein with a 64MP rear camera and 32MP front camera.
Do you want to enjoy some more advanced flagship features? If yes, wait for X7 Pro which is the top variant phone of the upcoming realme X7 series. This phone is going to offer a 6.55-inch Super AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate. It is rumored that in the processor section, X7 pro may come with the MediaTek Dimensity 1000+ chipset or Qualcomm Snapdragon 765 chipset. The rest features are nearly similar to its X7 counterpart,
According to the leaks, Xiaomi is bringing the successor of its Redmi Note 9 series. This upcoming phone series may be launched in the name of the Note 10 series. Or we can see some other crunchy names like ‘Note X’. Like the Redmi Note 9 series, the successor series may offer two to three variants.
The rumor says that Redmi Note 10 is coming with the MediaTek Dimensity 720 chipset. On the other hand, the Note 10 Pro variant may come with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G chipset. Note 10 is going to offer a 48MP quad rear camera set up with a 16MP selfie shooter. The configuration of Note 10 Pro’s prime camera would be at least 64MP. Or, it can be more. The Note 10 series is expected to come with the latest MIUI 12 operating system on top of Android 10. What is more? You would get 33W chargers in these phones.
In recent months, Oppo has shaken the Smartphone industry with its fascinating sleek phones holding elegant looks. The rumor says that Oppo may launch its F21 series very soon.
The Oppo F21 may come with a 6.4-inch IPS LCD display, full HD resolution, and MediaTek Helio P70 processor. Its RAM capacity would be 6 GB paired with 128GB storage. F21 is going to bear a 4025mAh battery along with a 20W VOOC 3.0 fast charging adapter. It is leaked that F21 would be provided with a 48MP prime shooter with a 16MP selfie shooter.
Oppo F21 Pro, the top variant of this series would present more captivating features. The leaks say that the F21 Pro would run by the MediaTek Helio P95 processor. People, who are looking for a superb camera-phone, should wait for the expected 64MP prime sensor and 32MP sensor in the upcoming Oppo F21 Pro Smartphone. Furthermore, the Pro variant would be blessed with a 6.5-inch Super AMOLED display.
The rumors indicate that OnePlus is going to release two phones under its Nord series; those are N10 and N100.
The leaks say that N10 is going to change the game of mid-range phones with an amazing full HD plus AMOLED display featuring a 90Hz refresh rate. The CPU of this phone would be enriched with Qualcomm Snapdragon 690 or 695 chipset. Here you would get a 64MP prime sensor. N10 would be equipped with 6GB RAM with 128GB built-in storage capacity.
If you are looking for a budget phone, keep your eye on the OnePlus N100 that is expected to come with a 6.52-inch HD plus IPS LCD display, an octa-core processor with Qualcomm Snapdragon 460 SoC chipset, 4GB of RAM capacity, 64GB of internal storage, and 5000mAh battery. In this phone, you would find a 13-megapixel with an 8MP front shooter.
One of the fastest growing smartphone brand realme has launched realme 7 Pro and realme 7i in the smartphone market of the country
The phone were launched October 12, and now widely available in the local market, said a press release.
Priced at BDT 27,990 realme 7 Pro is equipped with 65W SuperDart Charge is the fastest charging phone in Bangladesh, currently available in every realme brand shops, as well as in all the smartphone stores and for online purchasing as well.
realme has celebrated the first sales day where Arifin Shuvoo presented the Gifts to the lottery winners during October 13 to October 19. Dr Arijit Roy, the winner of the award, said "realme is now a brand of choice for the Bangladeshi youths. The features, specs, the design of realme 7 Pro intrigued me, and the price range seemed just right.”
Equipped with an extraordinary 65W SuperDart charging solution, realme 7 Pro’s 4,500mAh battery can be fully charged in just 34 minutes, making it the fastest charging smartphone of the nation.
The 64MP quad camera setup is equipped with a 64MP Sony sensor as the primary camera, an 8MP ultra wide-angle lens with a field of view of 119-degree, a 4cm dedicated macro lens, and a portrait lens will enable its user to shoot astonishing crystal-clear photos in every light condition. Its 32MP selfie camera has Super Nightscape Mode to capture clearer and lighter selfies at low light as well.
realme 7 Pro is powered by 8nm Snapdragon 720G. The octa-core processor with dual-channel 8GB LPDDR4X RAM, 128GB ROM and UFS2.1 ROM, the phone can boost up to 2.3GHz. It has earned the TüV Rheinland Smartphone Reliability Verification as the first smartphone.
The smartphone features a 6.4-inch Full HD+ Super AMOLED screen with a 90.8% screen-to-body ratio. realme 7 Pro comes in 2 colors: Mirror Blue and Mirror Silver. Inspired by the mirror space in nature, the realme 7 series showcases a brilliant mirror design. The bold split of the design brings a new visual impact, but with the stunning light effects, a balanced natural beauty is revealed.
realme is known for designing trendy phones for the tech-trendy. Five Products Won Top International Design Awards, on the International Stage. The realme X Master Edition has won the German Design Award and the Award of Good Design Australia, the realme X2 Pro Master Edition has won the Red Dot Design Award, the Good Design Award 2020, the Award of Good Design Australia, and the realme X50 5G Master Edition has gained the Award of Good Design Australia, while it first 5G flagship, the realme X50 Pro 5G has been acknowledged by the Good Design Award 2020 and the Golden Pin Design Award.
The brand also keeps bringing smartphones with the latest features at an attractive price range.
Also read: Realme Bangladesh launches Realme 7 series
As an off-shoot of renowned Smartphone manufacturing brand Oppo, OnePlus got a huge reputation worldwide for producing flagship killer phones. Day by day, OnePlus has stepped into the realm of flagship phones. On the 14th of October 2020, the OnePlus has launched its latest flagship innovation OnePlus 8T. Can this Smartphone fulfill the users’ expectations? Read this OnePlus 8T review to know its specs, features, and price in Bangladesh.
OnePlus 8T comes with an easy-to-grip flat display. Its glass built backside with metal frame offers a premium experience. Like the 8 Pro version, 8T’s back panel sports a fingerprint-resistant matte finish, which is an upgrade from the OnePlus 8’s fingerprint-hungry glossy finished back. However, 8T lacks the aesthetics of the 3D curved display we got in the OnePlus 8 and the Pro version. The design of 8T looks quite similar to the budget counterpart Nord model.
The OnePlus 8T bears a fast-responsive in-display fingerprint scanner and face unlock feature. However, the 8T lacks the dust and water-resistant rating feature making the OnePlus fans disappointed! However, OnePlus boasts about applying some kind of sealing techniques that would save this gadget from sudden impacts of water splashes.
On the top-right hand side of 8T’s rear panel, a quad-camera setup is housed on a rectangular platform. This is a noticeable change compared with the middle positioned triple rear camera set up of the ancestor OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro versions. The 8T includes a stereo speaker, but no headphone jack. It has no slot for a microSD card. The fresh flagship Oneplus 8T is found in two amazing color options: Aquamarine Green and Lunar Silver.
OnePlus have won the crown of magnificent displays, and its latest 8T continues this legacy offering a Fluid AMOLED panel with HDR10+ display. Its 6.55-inch sized screen size is both manageable to handle and comfortable to watch the contents. The 8T’s full HD resolution (2400 x 1080pixels, 20:9 ratios, and 402 PPI densities) assures flagship-level visual experience through vivid color pallet, contrast, and details.
What is more? By virtue of a 120Hz refresh rate, the OnePlus 8T features a butter-smooth navigation experience. Once you get used to a phone with such a high refresh rate, the 60Hz displays can no more satisfy you! Its front-screen and back panels are protected by the Corning Gorilla Glass 5. With 678 nits brightness, 8T performs great in direct sunlight which many pricier competitors have failed to offer!
The OnePlus 8T is equipped with Kryo 585 octa-core processor with the utmost 2.84 GHz of clock speed. Though fans were expecting the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 Plus processor in the OnePlus 8T model, it stagnates at the same old SD 865 SoC! It is a pity that OnePlus has applied the same chipset provided in the ancestor OnePlus 8 model. Maybe it happened due to the cost-cutting reasons. The 8T bears Adreno 650 GPU.
You get the OnPlus 8T in two variants: 8/128GB and 12/256GB. Like the 8 versions, 8T carries the LPDDR 4X RAM. However, the pro version’s LPDDR5 RAM was expected in the latest 8T. Nevertheless, with 3.1 data storage technology, the OnePlus 8T out-wins its ‘8 Pro’ version.
Running on the up-to-date OxygenOS 11, the 8T is blessed with the latest Android 11 OS. 8T’s OS is rich in the top-notch security features and privacy options. Though the latest OxygenOS11 operating system is highly optimized, it feels lightweight, clean, and super fast. One of the most exclusive features of the OxygenOS 11 is the ‘always-on’ display showing diverse notifications as well as versatile clock styles.
The 8T’s SD 865 CPU and powerful RAM would facilitate the smooth operations of heavy-duty apps and software. Furthermore, the intelligent vapor chamber cooling mechanism has been applied in this gadget in order to prevent the heat generation process. The gamers would love playing the latest multiplayer games such as COD, PUBG, Freefire, Asphalt 9, etc on 8T. However, playing demanding games for a long time can make this device a bit warm.
The OnePlus 8T’s quad rear camera series includes a 48MP f/1.7 prime shooter with a 16MP f/2.2 ultra-wide sensor. 8T also has a 5MP f/2.4 macro and a 2MP f/2.4 depth camera. On the front screen, a 16MP selfie camera is provided which we have also seen in the ancestor 8 version. However, the telephoto lens is omitted in the 8T version.
Its 48MP prime rear sensor takes bright and vibrant 12MP photos applying the pixel binning mechanism. Though its images feature enough detailing and greater dynamic range, it can’t capture full 48MP photos. The shots come up with a bit of imposed color tints and smoothing effects. In the portrait-mode photos, the skin tones of the subjects suffer from an over-whitening effect that everyone may not like. However, the portraits still look decent for uploading on social media.
In the low light situations, the night mode can efficiently illuminate and highlight the dark areas besides adding details. This 48MP camera is built with Sony’s IMX586 sensor which we have also seen in the ancestor 7T Pro. Certainly, an upgraded sensor could make the 8T a more lucrative deal!
Its 16MP ultra wide-angle camera features a 123-degree field of view. This sensor is efficient in capturing large groups, extensive structures, and panoramic landscapes. In ample light, this sensor takes average quality images with good detailing. The ultra-wide sensor also works with the night mode feature. However, the image processing performance is not so overwhelming.
8T’s 5MP macro sensor takes good photos but the detailings are less than the ‘8pro’ version’s micro-lens photos. However, using its 2x digital zooming capacity you can see the details. Moreover, you can shoot pleasing monochrome photos with the 8T’s 2MP monochrome camera. However, this sensor feels like a sort of publicity stunt. The provision of a telephoto lens could do better.
On the front side, the OnePlus 8T holds a 16MP f/2.4 selfie camera like its ancestor 8 and the 8 pro versions. 8T takes pretty selfies revealing sharp edges. Like the rear main camera’s portrait photos, the front shooter’s selfie-portraits bear some added hues, and softening effect.
Starting from 1080p@30fps, the rear main camera's utmost video recording capacity reaches 4K@60fps. And its Super Slow Motion mode can capture 720p footage at 480fps/1080p/240fps. The auto-HDR, gyro-EIS, and Nightscape mode can alleviate the quality of video clips. Though OnePlus claims that 8T’s video recording options include the portrait bokeh mode, its effectiveness is questionable. Besides these, the selfie camera can record 1080p videos at 30fps.
The OnePlus 8T is powered up with a 4,500 mAh battery. At the highest 120Hz refresh rate, 8T provides about 5.5 to 6 hours of screen-on-tome (SOT). Certainly, it is good news for the people who tend to use phones for long hours of the day. Lowering the screen’s refresh rate, you can enjoy longer SOT. The OnePlus 8T takes less than 40 minutes to get fully recharged. Credit goes to its dual battery pack and 65W fast charger. However, we have already seen these features in many budget phones like Realme 7 pro. However, the lack of wireless charging facility questions the fat price-tag of the OnePlus 8T once again.
OnePlus 8T's basic variant (8GB/128GB) is unofficially available at BDT 49,990 in Bangladesh. And the top variant (12GB/256GB) costs about BDT 54,990. The price may vary depending upon circumstances.
The new OnePlus flagship Smartphone 8T presents a combination of flagship-level features such as fluid AMOLED panel, full HD resolution, 120Hz display, powerful RAM, adequate storage, etc. However, in the camera section, the 8T seems to lose its flagship title. And, we have found no significant fresh technology in this phone. Most of the 8T features are available in the ancestor OnePlus phones as well as the contemporary competitor phones. Overall, considering the features, the Oneplus 8T phone’s price-tag seems a bit exorbitant.
The iPhone 12 has just been announced which means another year for mobile phone aficionados to rally behind Apple’s latest technological breakthroughs. Certain leaps like camera quality and processing speed are always appreciated, but there are a few basic features that have been put on the wayside over the years. We understand that Apple’s minimalist goals promote a more user-friendly experience, but we’d like to walk down memory lane and reminisce over some of the older features we miss from previous iPhones.
Having a Charger and Earphones WITH an IPHONE
Let’s address the elephant in the room from iPhone 12’s reveal. It’s safe to assume that no one was expecting Apple to throw a curveball like this in their latest announcement. Regardless of brand, a charger and earphones are uncompromising staples every consumer would expect when picking up a brand-new phone, but the iPhone 12 has changed this status quo - and we worry a day might come when other phone companies decide to follow suit. We understand their attempt to reduce the carbon footprint on a massive scale; it is admirable, but at what cost? Apple acknowledged that with over 2 billion existing chargers out in the wild (excluding external brands) and over 700 million earphones, there was too much wasteful manufacturing from a logistics standpoint. It’s hard to argue with these eye-opening figures but an alternative over a deletion would be nice.
Going wireless can be seen more as a preference than technological advancement. Sometimes, the wired alternative gives us a chance to use certain headphones that offer the perfect sound we’re looking for; and other times, it’s just easier on the wallet. Regardless, having a headphone jack gave us an extra option that we now do not have. The new adapters are an acceptable replacement, but the cable quality can vary between working wonders for almost a year to fizzling out in just a couple of months. The plus side is that replacing the jack with an additional speaker did make sound distribution a lot better, but some may argue that it wasn’t worth the sacrifice. On top of that, we’ve had to say our goodbyes to the good old days of charging our phones while listening to music without an adaptor. Granted, it has been a few years since iPhone users have had to go jack-less, but that doesn’t mean that this feature will be sorely missed.
Having the magic home button on the iPhone removed has in no way made the iPhone series less desirable, but we’d be lying if we said that not a single person in the community wanted it back. The introduction of facial recognition on the debut of the iPhone X was a game-changer and definitely boasted Apple’s proficiency in innovative technology (let’s pretend Samsung doesn’t exist for a moment). Your phone being able to only recognise your face is certainly by leaps and bounds more secure than a fingerprint scanner on a button; but we could make a case for preferential differences for unlocking speed and convenience. Apple did implement a setting that allowed the user to freely place a digital home button anywhere on the screen, but it isn’t quite the same. Given the current global situation, masks are probably the bane of everyone who uses facial recognition at the moment.