Realme C1 price, specs and launch on Revu Philippines

Where to buy Realme phones? A list of Realme stores in PH

In Phones by Ramon Lopez1 Comment

Realme entered the local smartphone market late last year. And just a couple of months later, the OPPO sub-brand took to social media to announce that the Realme C1, the company’s first and only offering in the Philippines (for the meantime, at least), is now available offline nationwide.

That’s right: You can already buy the C1 in partner stores across Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao. Previously, the budget Android phone was only available through online retailer Lazada. It’s practically everywhere now.

SEE ALSO: Realme C1 phone review: A real steal for the price

Realme says it plans to open over 1,000 retail locations in the Philippines in January 2019 alone. Recently, the company activated 23 authorized repair centers in the country.

You will find the complete alphabetical list of stores that sell the Realme C1 in the Philippines below.

  • Ayala Malls Abreeza Davao
  • Ayala Malls Capitol Central
  • Ayala Malls Cebu
  • Ayala Malls Cloverleaf
  • Ayala Malls Fairview Terraces
  • Ayala Malls Feliz
  • Ayala Malls Glorietta
  • Ayala Malls Marquee Mall
  • Ayala Malls TriNoma
  • Cash & Carry
  • Centroplex Mall Bacolod
  • CityMall Bacolod
  • CityMall Dumaguete
  • CityMall Kabankalan
  • CityMall SCTEX
  • CityMall Victorias
  • CityMall Kalibo
  • Festival Supermall
  • Gaisano Mall Davao
  • Gaisano Mall Digos
  • Gaisano Mall Iloilo
  • Gaisano Mall Passi
  • Gaisano Mall Roxas
  • Gaisano Mall Tagum
  • Gaisano Mall Toril
  • GT Town Center Pavia Iloilo
  • GT Plaza Mall Molo
  • iMall Canlubang
  • JY Square Mall
  • Lopue’s East
  • Lopue’s La Carlota
  • Lopue’s Sagay
  • Lucky Chinatown Mall
  • Robinsons Antipolo
  • Robinsons Dumaguete
  • Robinsons Ermita
  • Robinsons Galleria
  • Robinsons Las Pinas
  • Robinsons Malolos
  • Robinsons Pioneer
  • Robinsons Santiago
  • Starmall Shaw
  • Starmall Alabang
  • SM Angono
  • SM Apalit
  • SM Bacolod
  • SM Bacoor
  • SM Bicutan
  • SM BF Parañaque
  • SM Cabanatuan
  • SM Calamba
  • SM Carcar
  • SM Cebu
  • SM Cherry Antipolo
  • SM Cubao
  • SM Dasmariñas
  • SM Davao
  • SM East Ortigas
  • SM Fairview
  • SM General Santos
  • SM Lanang
  • SM Las Piñas
  • SM Lemery
  • SM Legazpi
  • SM Lucena
  • SM Manila
  • SM Masinag
  • SM Marikina
  • SM Marilao
  • SM Megamall
  • SM MOA
  • SM Molino
  • SM Muntinlupa
  • SM North EDSA
  • SM Novaliches
  • SM San Mateo
  • SM San Lazaro
  • SM San Pablo
  • SM Sangandaan
  • SM Southmall
  • SM Sucat
  • SM Sta. Mesa
  • SM Sta. Rosa
  • SM Telabastagan
  • SM Trece Martires
  • SM Tuguegarao
  • SM Rosario
  • SM Valenzuela
  • Sta. Lucia East Grand Mall
  • Tutuban Centermall
  • Victoria Plaza Mall Davao
  • Victory Park & Shop Antipolo
  • V-Mall
  • Welcome Plaza Mall
  • Xentro Mall Antipolo
  • Xentro Mall Mall of the Valley
  • Bago via Galleon Enterprise
  • Cadiz via Galleon Enterprise
  • Pototan via Galleon Enterprise
  • Siquijor via Galleon Enterprise
  • Argao via Galleon Enterprise
  • Hinigaran via Galleon Enterprise
  • San Carlos via Galleon Enterprise
  • Silay via Galleon Enterprise
  • Tanjay via Galleon Enterprise
  • Talisay via Galleon Enteprise

Or you can refer to the one above to see where you can buy a Realme unit in the Philippines. The company has promised to keep the Google document updated.

The Realme C1 is good value for money, too, having won the People’s Choice award in the Best Value-for-Money Smartphone and Best Smartphone Under P10,000 categories of Revü Awards 2018.

READ ALSO: Realme C1 vs. Samsung Galaxy J4+: Budget-phone battle

In our review, we said that the Realme C1 “truly embodies what Realme wants to be known for — well-specced smartphones that are within the means of the masses.” For the money, you’re looking at a notched handset sporting a 6.2-inch LCD on the front and dual back-facing cameras. It’s powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 and a 4,000mAh battery that delivers two days of normal use per charge.

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Reviews editor: Ramon "Monch" Lopez has 11 years of professional experience creating and editing content for print and digital publications such as Yahoo. He headed the gadgets-merchandising division of one of the Philippines’ largest retail operators somewhere in between. His latest addiction is the comments section of viral Facebook posts.