Realme C15 model with Qualcomm SoC said to launch as C15s this week

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Realme C15 Qualcomm Edition could be launched in India as early as this week. It will be called C15s and will sport an unconfirmed Snapdragon processor. It’s only been a few days since it was reported that the C15 would come in a new variant, but no deadlines were given. It seems that the launch of the Qualcomm Edition is not too far off. As a reminder, Realme C15 launched in August with a MediaTek Helio G35 processor along with C12 in India.

The latest development comes courtesy of whistleblower Mukul Sharma, who previously also revealed the existence of the C15 Qualcomm Edition. On Twitter, Sharma said that “if there are no last minute changes,” the Realme C15s will be launched in the next two to three days in India. Considering there are no Realme teasers on the same, it will be a pretty quiet release of the phone. Storage variants are listed as those available with the MediaTek processor.

Realme C15 specifications will also be the same except for the processor. While there is no specific processor information, our best guess is the Snapdragon 460 processor which powers the recently launched budget phones in India. Realme will clear the air in a few days if the rumor turns out to be correct.

The Realme C15 launched in August with a 6.5-inch 720p LCD with a notch on the top. It has 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage which works in tandem with the Helio G35 processor. There is a fingerprint sensor on the back of the smartphone. For photography, there’s a 13MP main sensor, an 8MP ultrawide sensor, a 2MP black and white sensor, and a retro sensor. For selfies, you have an 8MP camera that resides inside the notch. Powering the smartphone is a 6000 mAh battery with 18 W fast charging.

The Realme C15 will reportedly come with a Qualcomm processor which will hopefully boost the performance of the phone.

News Underline:

  • Realme C15 with Qualcomm SoC could be called Realme C15s.
  • It could be launched in India in the next two or three days.
  • The smartphone will have the remaining specifications the same.

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