## **The latest C series smartphone of realme “home” has just been released with many remarkable details.** Realme C55 is a smartphone in the low-cost segment of (realme)(https:/ /www.24h.com.vn/dien-thoai-realme-c407e5635.html), although not appreciated for its overall performance, but the device was noticed by design and battery life. Let’s take a look at the advantages and disadvantages of the rookie face of the C series of realme “house”. **Design** The most noticeable point of realme C55 in terms of design is owning a “pill” that is “copy original” from Dynamic Island on the Apple giant’s iPhone 14 Pro line. Not stopping there, the edges of the C55 also follow the pattern of the latest iPhone series with flat edges. The phone is quite thin with a size of 7.89mm, made of plastic, so it feels light and easy to handle. The back is shiny and the ability to change color when light hits it at certain angles, realme calls this the “Sun Shower” design. The Realme C55 has a Mini Capsule that is “copied” from Apple’s Dynamic Island. The phone has a fingerprint sensor integrated on the power button and is equipped with a 3.5mm headphone jack. Although the C55 only has a mono speaker, the sound of the speaker is quite loud. **Display** Realme C55 is equipped with a 6.72-inch IPS LCD screen with Full HD+ resolution and 90Hz refresh rate. The 90Hz figure is enough to provide a smooth scrolling experience when in use, but the viewing angles of the screen are not outstanding and the brightness is quite low (about 265 nits for maximum brightness). It may be difficult for users to use the C55 under the harsh sunlight outside.\ The realme C55’s screen is wide and borderless. **Performance** Realme C55 is powered by MediaTek Helio G88 chipset. This chipset is manufactured on 12nm process and comes with 8GB RAM and 128GB internal memory. Despite having up to 8GB of RAM, some tests show that the phone still cannot avoid lag when using heavy tasks, and with the need to run about 6-8 basic background applications at the same time. it’s not a big deal. The phone uses standard EMMC 5.1 memory, and the read and write speeds measured by Androbench are not too impressive. According to the test with the game Call of Duty: Mobile at low graphics settings via Gamebench, the average FPS achieved is 60fps with 97% stability. As such, the actual performance of the C55 is generally quite good. So overall, this phone performs well for the budget segment but it’s definitely not for demanding users and hardcore mobile gamers. As for the interface, users will get Realme UI 4.0 based on Android 13. However, the downside is that the phone has a lot of bloatware and third-party apps included. **Photographic capabilities** The phone is equipped with a 64MP OMNIVISION OV64B primary sensor and a 2MP monochrome secondary lens. The secondary lens has no use other than black and white photography. But the main lens of Realme C55 performs quite well during the day with good dynamic range for the price range delivering vibrant colors. Like most smartphones in the same segment, images taken in low light will experience noise. The front camera has the same 8MP resolution as the main camera. It does not work well in low light and serves the basic selfie needs to post on social networks or send to each other in chat groups. Rear camera of realme C55 with 64MP and 2MP lenses. **Battery life** Realme C55 owns a large 5,000mAh battery, which works very well in daily use. If only using the phone for 3-4 hours a day, users can easily achieve up to 2-3 days of battery life. Even with frequent use and heavy gaming, the battery of Realme C55 can still be used comfortably all day. Users also get 33 W SUPERVOOC fast charging that can fully charge the phone from 0 – 100% in just 1 hour and 12 minutes. **Conclusion** The Realme C55 is a cheap device with good battery life, an eye-catching design and good fast charging in its price range. The phone is priced at 4.99 million VND for the 6GB/128GB version and 5.99 million VND for the 8GB/256GB version, which is very competitive.