The realme C67 received its SIRIM certification and made its debut in India within the same month. It was only a matter of time until the phone was released locally, and the company has now revealed the launch date.
However, it appears that the phone that lands on shores will be very different from the one that was first unveiled to us.
First off, it appears that the realme C67 that will be available locally will have a somewhat different two-camera arrangement at the back. The Malaysian model appears to have the cameras arranged in a pill-shaped bump rather than the round camera island that was displayed during its initial launch.
Speaking of bumps, it appears that the primary camera has been upgraded from a 50MP to a 108MP sensor. Not a word about the other cameras, which might stay the same.
The brand has also revealed that the localized version of the realme C67 will have a Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset—a first for the C series of smartphones from the company.
It was not specified which specific chipset was used. Alternatively, a MediaTek Dimensity 6100 Plus was included in the model that was previously introduced in India.
To what extent the realme C67 differs from previous iterations depends on whether any additional changes are made locally. will have to wait until January 4, when the company says the phone will be released, to find out that information as well as the device’s price.