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Realme C3s launch imminent as it bags NBTC certification

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The Realme C3 got certified by Thailand’s NBTC last week, hinting imminent launch. Now we learn there’s an ‘s’ variant as well, which too has bagged NBTC certification.

Like the C3, the C3s also sports version number RMX2020, but other than that we don’t have any details about these smartphones.

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Realme C3s launch imminent as it bags NBTC certification

Realme unveiled the C2s earlier this week, which is just a rebranded vanilla C2, so we believe that will be the case with the C3 and C3s as well.

More information about the C3 series should surface in the coming weeks.

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