realme C55 Real World Review

realme C55 Real World Review

We have already did an unboxing of the realme C55 last week this is an amazing phone the latest in the beloved realme c-series. Let’s dive into the review.

The screen:

The realme C55’s display is a 6.72-inch FHD+ IPS LCD screen with a 90Hz refresh rate and a resolution of 1080 x 2400 (392 ppi). This is the largest screen on any real me C-Series phone.

With realme UI 4.0 in charge, the colors are true to color, and the UI design appears lively for an IPS panel. This proves that this isn’t some subpar, washed-out looking LCD panel either, even if it isn’t quite on par with AMOLED panels’ deep blacks and vibrancy. The screen is also very responsive and can flip thru the apps.

When you’re trying to pass out watching something in a dark bedroom after a long day, watching your favorite shows and movies on this phone should feel fine.

The Construction:

The Aluminum frame can be felt as soon as you take it out of the box.

The large display more than makes up for the non-asymmetrical bezels, giving the viewer a satisfying viewing expereince. Below the call earpiece, it has a selfie camera built right into the display.

When we turn our attention to the back, we can immediately see the two sizable circles on the top left of the polycarbonate panel that houses the double camera system. These circles are likely compensating for how large the sensors actually are. In addition to this, the dual-tone LED flash is located to their right.


The C55 offers face unlock and fingerprint unlock for biometric security.

For me, using the side-mounted scanner is hit or miss. To get the phone to unlock, I always have to make several attempts. It’s possible that this is human error or a result of side-mounted scanners being designed exclusively with thumbs in mind.

For more detailed review and our rating see our video review below


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