apples Dynamic Island It might be the envy of many Android users, but Android phone makers haven’t paid much attention to this feature. Why? Probably because it wouldn’t serve a great purpose on an Android device. Most Android phones don’t have an awkward pill-shaped cutout that needs to be embellished with a dynamic, island-like feature. But for some reason, an Android phone manufacturer thought it best to officially clone Apple’s Dynamic Island and market it as one of the key features of its new phone.
The Realme C55 has it at $195 Launched in Indonesia with what the company calls the “Mini Capsule”. The phone features a punch-hole selfie shooter, which the Mini Capsule grabs when it’s time to show notifications, charging status, and other information. Realme also plans to push an update to show the step counter and data usage stats in the area sometime in the future. Basically, the feature is just a superficial element of the user interface. Realme isn’t trying to cleverly hide some of the FaceID sensors or other additional hardware like the dead space between the display holes on the iPhone 14 Pro.
As for the rest of the device, the Realme C55 has a 6.7-inch 90Hz LCD display, MediaTek Helio G88 chipset, dual rear camera setup with a 64MP primary shooter, 5000mAh battery, 33W charging, 6GB/8GB RAM, 128GB GB/256GB storage, and Android 13. These are decent specs for a budget phone, especially the addition of the latest Android version. According to the head of Realme in Europe Francis WongThe phone will be launched in Europe soon.