realme C53 official with 90Hz 6.74″ display, Mini Capsule, 50MP main camera

This is the thinnest realme C Series phone yet.

realme launched the C53 in Malaysia. The new budget phone retails for MYR 550 (roughly USD120 or P6,700) and features a large 90Hz display with the Mini Capsule, along with a 50MP camera.

The realme C53 is powered by a Unisoc T612, a 12nm entry-level chip found on several of realme and narzo’s budget lines. This one with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, along with a 5000mAh battery that supports 33W fast charging capable of charging the phone from zero to 50 percent in 31 minutes.

realme C53 Mighty Black

The realme C53 also has a good-sized display that measures 6.74 inches. It has a 90Hz refresh rate and the brand’s Mini Capsule notification system, making this the third phone with the feature. It comes in two colors, Champion Gold and Mighty Black.

The phone is only 7.49mm thick, the thinnest in the realme C series, and uses what realme calls a “silk gradient coating process” to create a shiny golden texture effect.

realme C53

In the camera department, it has a dual camera setup with a 50MP main and another sensor for depth. It also has an 8MP selfie shooter under a dew drop notch.

Also read: realme 10 Pro+ 5G review: Premium design, great display, satisfying phone

At the moment, there’s no news yet about the realme C53’s availability in the Philippines.

realme C53 Specs

Display6.74-inch display, 90Hz refresh rate
ProcessorUnisoc T612
Rear Cameras50MP main
Front Camera8MP
Network4G LTE
ConnectivityWi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS
OthersSide fingerprint scanner, USB-C, headphone jack, 200% Ultra Boom Speaker
OSrealme UI T Edition, Android 13
ColorsChampion Gold, Mighty Black
Battery5000mAh Battery, 33W SUPERVOOC

Bryan is a geek at heart and a tech enthusiast by choice. He has a strong background in corporate communications, marketing services, and customer relations having worked in the telecommunications and banking sectors for over two decades. In his spare time, he enjoys watching clips on YouTube and binge watching shows on Netflix.

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