Today, we are comparing the Realme C1 with Samsung’s latest budget device Galaxy M20. the comparison is based on specifications, features, and price.

Specs comparison: Samsung Galaxy M20 vs RealMe C1 (2019)

Recently, Samsung has launched two new budget devices in India Galaxy M20 and Galaxy M10. Both of these devices are priced under Rs 15,000. Among these two – the Galaxy M20 is the premium one, which is starting from Rs 10,990 in India. It is launched in two variants 3GB/32GB and 4GB/64GB storage models. On the other hand, we have the RealMe C1 2019 model, which is quite a popular device in the budget segment. So, let’s begin with a quick specs comparison of the two to know which device would be the right buy for you in terms of hardware at least on paper. 

The Samsung Galaxy M20 sports an FHD+ 6.3-inch display that comes with a resolution of 1080 x 2340 pixels, while the RealMe C1 sports a slightly smaller 6.2-inch HD+ display that offers a resolution of 720 x 1520 pixels. 

When it comes to the processor, the Samsung Galaxy M20 is powered by an Exynos 7885 octa-core processor, which is coupled with 3GB RAM and 32GB internal memory. On the other hand, the RealMe C1 is backed by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 octa-core processor, which is paired with 3GB RAM and 32GB internal memory that is expandable to up to 256GB via a microSD card. The Galaxy M20 is also available in 4GB/64GB variant in India, which is priced at Rs 12,990. 

As far as the cameras are concerned, the Samsung Galaxy M20 has a dual 13MP + 5MP camera setup on the back along with an 8MP unit on the front. The 5MP sensor can be used for clicking wide angle shots. Coming to the RealMe C1, the new model of the C1 has a dual 13MP + 2MP rear cameras with a 5MP shooter at the front for clicking selfies. 

The Samsung Galaxy M20 is available in India in two variants 3GB/32GB and 4GB/64GB storage models, which are priced at Rs 10,990 and 12,990 respectively. On the other hand, you can get the RealMe C1 for Rs 8,499 via Flipkart.

 


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