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Realme C31 is also certified by Anatel for sale in Brazil

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Even though it hasn’t even been released yet, the Realme C31 has gotten the approval of the Anatel which allows the sale of the device on the Brazilian market. Along with the code RMX3501, the device has also revealed official photos, along with a series of documentation that reveals its full list of specs.

The look of the phone includes a rectangular camera module in the upper left corner of the rear panel, while the front part has relatively thick edges and a teardrop notch to house the selfie camera components. A manual for the device confirms that its screen will be 6.5-inches, while rumors indicate that the screen will offer IPS LCD technology and HD+ resolution.

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The same manual also confirms the Realme C31 camera set, which will feature a 13MP main sensor along with two additional 2MP and 0.3MP sensors, likely for macro shots and depth sensing. On the front, the phone will have a 5 MP camera.

Another aspect that has been confirmed by the certification is the battery, which will have a typical capacity of 5,000 mAh. Your charger will be code OP52CAEH, capable of offering a 10W charge which should take a relatively long time to fill what is considered a bulky tank.

Some Realme C31 specifications have been confirmed by manual (Image: National Telecommunications Agency)

Other specifications have not been confirmed, but are mentioned in the rumors: the device could have a Unisoc T616 processor, while the configuration options should vary between 3 GB or 4 GB of RAM, and 64 GB or 128 GB of internal storage – an additional version with only 32 GB of space may be sold in certain specific markets.

As an entry-level device, the Realme C31 will have some features that can be considered outdated. The photos linked to the certification show that it will have a micro USB input to charge and transfer files by wire, while the standard most used today is USB-C. Also, its operating system will be Android 11, while we already have information of Android 13.

A specific date for the release of the Realme C31 has yet to be released, but the appearance in the certifications indicates that it could happen soon. Its suggested price is also not known at this time.

It should be recalled that Realme has approved several cellphones in Brazil in recent weeks, including its current top of the range GT 2 Pro and its intermediate and basic models. With that, we should have busy months ahead of the mark.

Source: National Telecommunications Agencyvia Insert the form

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