Awesome Realme C53 to be announced soon officially as it gets certified by NBTC available in Dhaka, Bangladesh

In case you’ve been living under a rock, we all know that Realme is quite popular in India for its smartphones. Recently, Realme has been launching blockbuster mid-range phones, one of which was the Realme C55, launched in India last month. Now, there are talks about a new C series phone, the Realme C53. 

The hints of Realme C53 came in when it was located in the lists of Certification platforms. Now, as tipster Mukul Sharma tweeted, this phone with model number RMX3760 has has passed Thailand’s NBTC approval and was spotted in certification platforms like- Federal Communications Commission (FCC), Europe’s Energy efficient certificates (EEC) and Indonesia’s Tingkat Komponen Dalam Negeri (TKDN). 

So, the NBTC gave a heads-up to the Realme C53 based on services of high quality, effective, timely, reliable and fair. Also, this certification gives the permit for the use of radio frequencies and equipment in telecommunication and radio communications services.

Now, let’s look into some of the specs and other details of the phone which has been gathered from the certification platforms. 

Specifications of Realme C53

The Realme C43 will be a 4G phone and according to the FCC listing the smartphone will pack a 5,000mAh battery. Adding up to the battery, it will be accompanied by 33W SuperVOOC for fast charging support. 

As mentioned earlier, the Realme C55 was launched last month in India and is priced at ₹10,999. So, it is expected that this Realme phone will also be similarly priced. 

So, other specifications, availability and exact pricing will only be revealed once the official announcement happens. This Realme phone will be a 4G one, though there are some amazing Realme 5G phones too, hopefully this phone will also have an upgrade soon. Apart from that it will come to India only after its launch in China. 

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