After an extended leak spree, Realme C53 breaks cover in Malaysia, offering an enticing set of specifications, a stunning build, and convenient pricing. We’ll discuss the phone’s camera specs, battery, display, and the counterfeited Dynamic-island status bar called “Mini-capsule.”
With its sizable 6.74″ LCD sporting a smooth 90Hz refresh rate and a responsive 180Hz touch sampling rate, this device offers an immersive viewing experience. Realme C53 incorporates an 8MP selfie camera discreetly nestled within a teardrop notch blended into Realme UI’s Dynamic Island-like notification center.
Conveniently placed on the side of the device, a fingerprint reader ensures quick and secure access to your phone. At its core, the Realme C53 boasts Unisoc Tiger T612, a 12nm chipset integrated with a Mali-G57 GPU. Teamed up with its 6GB of RAM is a virtual memory expansion feature that borrows ROM from inbuilt 128GB of storage.
On the rear of Realme 4G latest model, users will find a 50MP primary camera recording 1080p video at 30fps. An AI secondary module is also featured on the back, adding depth and dimension to your photos. The phone also has a hybrid SIM casing with support for an SD card.
Despite its generous 5,000mAh battery, Realme C53 remains remarkably thin at 7.5mm and light at 182g. The 33W SuperVOOC charging support lets users swiftly replenish their device, taking the battery from 1% to 50% in 31 minutes using the included charger.