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Realme C35 Price in Bangladesh 2022

Realme C35 Price in Bangladesh 2022
Brand: Realme
Category: Mobile Phone Specifications & Price in Bangladesh
  • Released Date: 2022, February 14
  • OS: Android 11, Realme UI 2.0
  • Camera: 50MP 1080p
  • Display: 6.6" 1080x2412 pixels
  • RAM: 4/6GB
  • Storage: 64/128 GB
  • Battery: 5000mAh Li-Po
  • Processor: Unisoc Tiger T616

Specifications and Price in Bangladesh

Price in Bangladesh

Official Price (4+128 GB) = 16,990 Taka

Launch Date

Announced 2022, February 10
Released Date Released 2022, February 14
Status Available


Technology GSM / HSPA / LTE
2G bands GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 - SIM 1 & SIM 2
3G bands HSDPA 850 / 900 / 2100
4G bands 1, 3, 5, 7, 8, 20, 28, 38, 40, 41
Speed HSPA 42.2/5.76 Mbps, LTE


Dimensions 164.4 x 75.6 x 8.1 mm (6.47 x 2.98 x 0.32 in)
Weight 189 g (6.67 oz)
Build Glass front, plastic back, plastic frame
SIM Dual SIM (Nano-SIM, dual stand-by)


Type IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors
Size 6.6 inches, 104.4 cm2 (~84.0% screen-to-body ratio)
Resolution 1080 x 2408 pixels, 20:9 ratio (~401 ppi density)
Protection Panda Glass
Features 600 nits (peak)


WLAN Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual-band, Wi-Fi Direct, hotspot
Bluetooth 5.0, A2DP, LE
FM radio
USB USB Type-C 2.0, USB On-The-Go
Infrared port


Card slot microSDXC (dedicated slot)
Internal 64/128 GB UFS 2.2
RAM 4/6 GB


OS Android 11, Realme UI 2.0
Chipset Unisoc Tiger T616 (12 nm)
CPU Octa-core (2x2.0 GHz Cortex-A75 & 6x1.8 GHz Cortex-A55)
GPU Mali-G57 MP1


Primary camera 50 MP, f/1.8, 26mm (wide), 1/2.76", 0.64µm, PDAF
2 MP, f/2.4, (macro)
0.3 MP, f/2.8, (depth)
Secondary camera 8 MP, f/2.0, 26mm (wide), 1/4.0", 1.12µm
Features LED flash, HDR, panorama
Video [email protected]
[email protected]


Alert types Vibration, MP3, WAV ringtones
Loudspeaker Yes
3.5mm jack Yes


Sensors Fingerprint (side-mounted), accelerometer, proximity, compass
Messaging SMS(threaded view), MMS, Email, IM
Browser HTML5


Battery type Non-removable Li-Po
Battery capacity 5000 mAh
Charging Fast charging 18W


Made by China
Color Glowing Black, Glowing Green
Models RMX3511

Our Rating

The overall rating is based on review by our experts

  • Battery 8 / 10
  • Call Quality 8 / 10
  • Camera 8 / 10
  • Connectivity 7 / 10
  • Design 9 / 10
  • Display 8 / 10
  • Features 8 / 10
  • Multimedia 7 / 10
  • Performance 7 / 10
  • Usability 8 / 10

Realme C35 Full Details and Review 


The Chinese company has returned from Oppo with a very elegant and especially durable entry-level smartphone for less than 20,000 TK: the Realme C35. Let’s see step by step how this new model is doing.


At the same time, Realme is able to split to offer both entry-level smartphones, such as the Realme C35, which we are going to talk about here, and high-end models like the Realme X50 Pro. For the brand’s most affordable models, it’s all a discount and what you can afford.


In the box of Realme C35


In addition to the Realme C35, the mustard yellow smartphone box contains:


An 18-watt fast charging block;

USB-A charging cable from a USB-C;

An ejection key to open the dual SIM + microSD hatch;

A quick start guide


Very Elegant Design for Realme C35 Smartphone


Designed by the Shenzhen-based manufacturer as the smoothest entry-level smartphone in 2022, the Realme C35 is quite successful, although we consider it to be quite an annoying design flaw. Before delving deeper into the subject, let’s take a look at this beautiful object, starting with its measurement.


At just 8.1 millimeters thick, it is the thinnest entry-level smartphone on the market. For the rest, it measures 164.4 x 75.6 millimeters. And all this translates into a comfortable 6.6-inch screen diagonal, which provides a good ratio between the screen size and the grip of the device on a daily basis.


Like the Samsung Galaxy A12, while other models offer a discreet punch, we’ll still regret the selfie sensor integrated into the screen in the form of a drop of water. While the upper edge is completely smooth, in contrast, the lower edge offers a 3.5mm jack port, a USB-C connector, and a microphone/speaker duo.


In a completely classic way, there is a power button on the right end of the device that also acts as a fingerprint reader. It is comfortably installed in a very small space, which makes it opaque. And it is easily accessible, especially for small hands.


For the left, this is obviously a matter of debate. There are up to two Nano-SIM cards, a microSD card, and a slot for volume control buttons. First, it is a rather unnatural position that requires a little review of its usage habits. Why not?


The problem is, as a reminder, pressing the volume down and power buttons together triggers a screenshot. However, when you hold the smartphone in your hand and press the power button to switch the device to standby, it is quite normal to brush your middle finger as opposed to the volume down button.


In short, we have never taken so many screenshots with a smartphone! And, in the long run, it’s pretty annoying.


Finally, let’s end with the back of the device. For the first time, Realme offers a smartphone with a full flat back. Even if it’s plastic, it’s true that it looks great on the C35, which doesn’t actually look like an entry-level model. If you leave it on display and don’t touch it! Because yes, fingerprints are detected very quickly on the back of the device or on the screen.


And of course, it is impossible not to mention the photo module, which in the end is quite remarkable. It combines 3 sensors and a rectangle made of an LED flash that protrudes slightly from the shell. While it’s not centered, it doesn’t create a big imbalance: the smartphone doesn’t particularly tilt when it is used flat.


Screen Test of The Realme C35


The Redmi Note 10 offers an AMOLED panel. The Poco X3 NFC has a screen with a refresh rate of 120 Hz. So it’s a bit disappointing that the Realme C35’s LCD panel is limited to 60 Hz, although it’s a classic for entry-level smartphones.


The Realme C35’s screen is HDR compatible and offers a full HD resolution (2408 x 1080 pixels, 401 ppi). It offers a maximum brightness of 600 nits, which is enough to use in all conditions, even in direct sunlight.


As for the size-to-screen ratio, it’s 90.70%. At the moment, it’s significantly better than the Redmi Note 10 (84%) and slightly worse than the Poco X3 NFC (91.25%). Overall, the black bezels are quite thin, despite having a fairly pronounced chin and a teardrop-shaped selfie sensor that takes place together.


In terms of settings, you don’t have much to put on your face. By default, the Realme C35 comes with a “standard” color display mode, but one might prefer a “warm” setting for a reddish environment or a “cool” one for cold temperatures.


Of course, it is possible to adjust the temperature with the color wheel. This first set is combined with “Vivid” contrast, corresponding to the P3 color display mode, which is selected by default.


However, it is possible to switch to “soft” contrast when switching to sRGB mode, but this prevents any adjustment of the screen display temperature. Among the other (basic) settings available, we note the presence of “night light” functionality.


This limits the spread of blue light, especially in the evening. At selected times, the screen turns amber red for your comfort while reading in a dark environment and to help you fall asleep.


Entry-Level Performance of The Realme C35


And once turned on, the sensations are catastrophic. All the signals were red, it was clear. Even with very low graphics quality and stuck at FPS 30, it’s unplayable: the game lags far behind when you simply move the camera around your character. We didn’t go that far to try to fight.


But, does that mean you have to say goodbye to all video games with this phone? You may like the answer: No! We had a great time playing Retro Pew Pew Live Shooter, which is arguably quite low-power. However, PUBG mobile.

The Realme C35 has a Unisoc T616 octa-core processor (2 Cortex-A75 cores clocked at 2 GHz and 6 Cortex-A55 cores clocked at 1.8 GHz) with a 12 nm engraved, along with 4 GB of RAM. A Mali-G57 graphics chip completes the whole thing.


First, it reveals that this model is not compatible with 5G networks. And secondly, we’re clearly not facing a gaming smartphone.


In everyday use, the Realme C35 works well. It allows you to switch from one application to another fairly smoothly. Obviously, we feel it paddles a bit, especially when the most demanding applications are launched.


It is sometimes a little longer if only to bring the on-screen keyboard. It’s not too surprising for an entry-level smartphone with 4GB of RAM, but it’s a detail that can be quite frustrating for those who are accustomed to doing better.


Even if it is not suitable for video games, we are confronted with Genshin Impact out of curiosity. From the beginning, the experiment was a monumental flop. File recovery time after the installation was endless, as mobile games started.


You should know that we find PUBG Mobile among the applications already installed in Realme C35. After a little delay, we were able to start a game. The graphics were quite mediocre, but there was fluidity.


Realme C35 user Interface (too) light


The Realme C35 comes with a minimalist “R version” interface from the manufacturer of Android 11 (and not Android 12, unfortunately). If there are the necessary things, such as navigation by gestures and intelligent control, a dark mode for better visual comfort, as well as a complete and configurable shortcut panel, the whole thing is still very light.


We’ve already mentioned the low margins of the proposed customization for color display. The same goes for the rest when it is no longer the essence. For example, the same C35 does not offer the option to customize the home screen by applying a theme or a different style icon. It only lets you change the wallpaper.


The Realme C35 still has a lot of pre-installed applications. We obviously find a package of classic Google services, from Assistant to Gmail, via YT Music, Google Pay, and Podcasts. In comparison, there are several Realmy apps.


At the same time, in pre-installed apps, we naturally find Facebook and TikTok, but in addition to the PUBG mobile gift box, it’s even more amazing to find bookings, LinkedIn, and three Amazon software (Boutique, Prime Video, and Amazon Music).


It should be noted that we have installed the Netflix application on the Realme C35 and were particularly disappointed. In fact, the recommended maximum playback resolution is limited to the SD format, such as 480p. The most beautiful movies and series are on the platform, so they will not benefit.


Audio Review of Realme C35 


The audio part is often a trilogy of sacrifices, including photo modules and screens for an entry-level smartphone. The Realme C35 is no exception to the rule that the single mono speaker is placed on the bottom end of the device.


So, we repeat ourselves about this, but it should be mentioned again: this position is quite problematic since the grid is easily interrupted by the finger while playing or watching videos while holding the smartphone horizontally.


Under optimal conditions, mono speakers work poorly on music and everything in it. The word is messy, it is shallow, and difficult to identify overall. It fills up very quickly. In short, even listening to your favorite songs with headphones is obviously not a pleasure.


Whether wired (since the model has a 3.5mm jack port) or Bluetooth, the sound is just fine. Especially since there are absolutely no settings available to improve rendering. There is only one option: real-sound technology, which allows you to get spatial sound with headphones or earphones.


And that’s all. It should be noted all the same that for the voice, the loudspeaker does its job rather well by offering a clear sound. Thus, listening to podcasts is pleasant, as can be calls and videoconferences on loudspeakers.


The Realme C35 Camera for Sunny Days.


The Realme C35 is an entry-level smartphone at less than 20,000 TK, so, obviously, we cannot expect the presence of sensors to be as efficient as on the high-end models. We thus find a combination of 3+1 sensors, without stabilization, as follows:


50-megapixel (f/1.8) wide-angle sensor on the back;

2-megapixel (f/2.4) macro sensor on the back;

0.3 megapixel (f/2.8) depth sensor on the back;

8-megapixel (f/2.0) selfie sensor on the front;

The photo app

The proposed photo application is classic and will not disorient anyone, except that it is amputated by many known features, such as ultra-wide-angle. So much so that the experience can become frustrating.


For example, only in automatic mode can the front and rear sensors provide 16:9 shots. Portrait, Macro, 50MP, or Night modes are strictly limited to the 4:3 format.


Wide-angle and 50 MP Mode: The Realme C35


The 50-megapixel main sensor, the same as on the Realme GT 2 Pro, takes pleasant shots in broad daylight when the light is sufficient to avoid overly complex photo processing by the smartphone’s AI. And even if we stay in “Automatic” mode at 9 megapixels, the result is quite acceptable.


Obviously, despite having satisfactory details, we can’t qualify the shots as perfect. The colors are slightly saturated, and the contrast is a little stronger. In the end, a blue sky can come out completely white…


We must highlight a big problem that we regularly encounter: It is very difficult to focus on a specific object. Realme C35 does something it wants at this point …


As the brightness decreases, the result appears white with visually reduced detail levels. Evening photos are simply ugly with these sensors that fail to compensate for the lack of brightness.


This is a very good surprise for digital zoom. It is only available with the automatic mode of the wide-angle sensor. Of course, we inherited the flaws we mentioned earlier, but the level of detail offered up to 4x is quite impressive for smartphones under 200 x 200 with no stabilizer.



The macro mode is quite hypothetical, as it only has a 2-megapixel sensor. There is a lack of sharpness in the colors of the shots, which, again, are saturated with fairly strong contrast.


You really shouldn’t rely on it without taking a few artistic shots of the flower, because the rendering is pretty weird compared to the actual look of the subject.


Night shot


The presence of a night photo mode does not guarantee that a smartphone can take beautiful pictures at night and after. With the Realme C35, like many other models in this price range, this is a small statement!


The smartphone seems content to add sound to the image and whitewash everything. This is even clearer with the appearance of the sky: the clouds turn into spots. Not to mention the significant loss of sharpness observed in other components present.


Portraits and selfies


Portrait mode provides a satisfying rendering with very admirable detail, especially when the weather is nice. In the presence of a subject clearly in the foreground (a face, a statue, etc.), the depth sensor enters the dance to offer a fairly believable blurring effect.


The clipping is good, even if sometimes it is very difficult to notice exactly what you want to focus on. On the front, the 8-megapixel sensor provides a fairly balanced selfie, but portrait mode isn’t available. Now it needs to be done without the classic bokeh effect.




The video is clearly not the strong point of the Realme C35. On the back, you won’t find anything better than a video shot at 1080p at 30 frames per second. And up front, it’s even worse: 720p at 30 frames per second. It should be noted that 30 fps is the maximum offered by this model; you can never shoot at 60 fps.


With this kind of medium sensor, you won’t be able to do wonderful things. But most of all, the Realme C35 does not offer any image stabilization solutions, so you need to be completely at risk of motion sickness while watching your recordings!


Battery: 10 hours of autonomy in video


Autonomy is often a strong point on entry-level smartphones. And although the Realme C35 is the thinnest model in this segment, it packs a 5,000 mAh battery.


In intensive use, such as playing videos with the highest screen brightness, the phone lasts about 10 hours before the battery drains to 5%. A great performance.


However, we’re sorry for its famous “fast charge,” at 18W, as it takes about 2 hours and 20 minutes to fully charge the smartphone. Nowadays, it is terribly long.


We can be sure that a slow charge ensures the long life of the battery.


Prices and availability of The Realme C35


In Bangladesh, the Realme C35 costs 16990 Taka. The Realme C35 has an internal storage base variation of 4 GB, 6 GB RAM, 64 GB, and 128 GB (ROM). 

The Realme C35 comes in two colors: Glowing Black and Glowing Green.


The Realme C35 of MobileShopsBD.  


The screen, audio, and photography parts of the Realme C35 are, as expected, rather poor: they are neither more nor less than the minimum service. If the design of the smartphone is Although the device is elegant, we cannot help but regret the location of the volume control buttons on the left edge of the device, which regularly causes involuntary screenshots.


We were also not impressed by its performance, especially in the most demanding video games, or by its particularly basic interface. Nevertheless, the Realme C35 could perfectly suit those who do not care about these criteria and just want a durable smartphone that would allow them above all to reach their loved ones and browse the internet.


Even if, here again, on our side, we regret the lack of compatibility with the 5G networks currently being deployed in France, nor with Wi-Fi 6. In short, technologies that allow faster downloads.


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