Realme has officially unveiled its latest mid-range smartphone, the Realme C53, in Pakistan. The device boasts an elegant and visually appealing design, offered in Shiny Champion and Mighty Black variants. Notably, it claims the distinction of being the slimmest phone in its class, measuring a mere 7.5mm in thickness.
The front of the Realme C53 showcases a 6.74-inch display featuring a peak 90Hz refresh rate, HD resolution (720×1600), and an impressive 90.3% screen-to-body ratio. With a touch sampling rate of 180Hz, users can anticipate swift and responsive interactions, contributing to an enhanced overall user experience.
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The device is powered by a robust 5000mAh battery, ensuring prolonged usage. The inclusion of 33W SUPERVOOC fast charging further facilitates rapid and efficient recharging. Convenient and secure device access is provided through the side-mounted fingerprint sensor embedded within the power key.
Under the hood, the Realme C53 is equipped with a Unisoc T612 Chipset, delivering seamless and efficient performance. It offers versatile storage options, including configurations of up to 6GB RAM + 128GB ROM, with additional support for up to 2TB external memory. The Realme’s innovative budget model utilizes parts of its storage as Dynamic RAM, thereby enhancing overall performance.
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A notable feature of the Realme C53 is its camera setup, which includes a standout 50MP AI Primary Camera at the rear for capturing vivid details. The front camera features an 8MP lens with an f/2.0 aperture, ensuring high-quality selfies. An additional assistive lens at the back, equipped with an f/3.0 B&W sensor, adds a unique dimension to its imaging capabilities.
The Realme C53 has made a significant entry into the Pakistani market, combining style, performance, and affordability. Priced at a competitive starting point of Rs 39,999, the newcomer is poised to challenge its competitors. Although the handset has been formally launched, its availability in the local market is scheduled to commence on December 09.