Realme introduced the C53 smartphone in Malaysia in May, featuring a 50-megapixels primary camera. The company has now revealed its plans to launch an upgraded variant of the Realme C53 device in India on July 19th. This new model will boast an impressive 108-megapixel primary camera instead of a 50-megapixel sensor.
The brand has already started teasing the smartphone on its social media handles. According to the teasers, the Realme C53 would be the only smartphone in its segment to feature a 108-megapixel primary camera sensor. Further, the device has been confirmed to launch in a golden color variant. There could be other color variants of the device as well.
The photo also verifies the presence of a side-mounted fingerprint scanner on the 108MP variant. Furthermore, the arrangement of the rear cameras and flash differs from the squircle-shaped camera island found on the 50MP model. It would have a waterdrop notch cutout on the front. Apart from this, we have nothing else to share regarding the device.
As for the specifications, the Malaysian variant of the Realme C53 offers a 6.74-inch display with a 90Hz refresh rate. The gadget is powered by an unknown octa-core chipset having a clock speed of up to 1.85GHz and an ARM Mali G57 CPU. The SoC is based on a 12nm fabrication node.
The gadget further has a 5000mAh battery with the support of 33W fast wired charging. As for the cameras, the device has a 50-megapixel AI rear camera and an 8-megapixels front-facing selfie snapper. The specifications of the Indian variant of the device would be very identical to this. We can expect some minor changes here and there, such as a 108-megapixels camera instead of a 50-megapixel lens.
We would have to wait till the official launch to know more about the specifications and pricing of the device.