Realme recently expanded its budget-friendly C series with the launch of the Realme C55, boasting the “Mini-capsule” counterfeited from Apple’s Dynamic Island feature and some well-rounded specs for the lowest possible price. There are whispers that Realme is currently developing a slightly less powerful model, tentatively called the Realme C53.
According to a recent report from MySmartPrice, an image of the upcoming Realme C53 has surfaced, revealing a design that closely resembles the original Realme C55. The lack of the camera bump, two lenses popping out of the shell directly, and a flat panel on the back all look familiar.
The phone’s edges maintain a sleek and straightforward design, leaving the right side with the convenient placement of the power and volume buttons. The front of the device boasts a luxury profile, slim bezels, and a discreet punch-hole cutout.
Located at the base of the phone, users will find a speaker grille and a convenient USB-C port. Regrettably, the Realme C53 does not seem to have a 3.5mm headphone jack, which has become an increasingly common omission amongst phone manufacturers. The Realme mobile price is one of its biggest selling points, as it offers top-of-the-line features at a fraction of the cost of other smartphones.