After launching the Realme C53 phone in Malaysia on June 1, a phone called Realme C51 has now been certified by NBTC (Thailand), BIS (India) and EEC (Europe), which means it could be released soon, according to 91mobiles. In addition, the Bureau of Indian Standards website indicates that the phone will be unveiled in India soon.
According to the certification of each platform, the Realme C51 has the model number RMX3830. However, no hardware details have been revealed so far, but based on the name, it can be inferred that the phone will probably be more entry-level than the Realme C55, which was released in March, and the Realme C53, which was just released earlier this month.
For reference, the Realme C53 is equipped with the ZTE Unisoc T612 octa-core chip (Note: CPU peak frequency 1.82GHz, Mali-G57 GPU), 12nm process; 6GB RAM and 128GB storage space, expandable up to 2TB storage space via microSD card, built-in 5000mAh battery, 33W fast charging. battery, 33W fast charging.
The Realme C53 also features a 6.74-inch IPS LCD waterdrop screen with HD+ resolution, 90Hz refresh rate, 180Hz touch sampling rate and 560 nits peak brightness on the front. It features a 50MP main camera and 2MP portrait lens on the rear and an 8MP selfie camera on the front, pre-installed with the Realme UI T version based on Android 13.
The Realme C53 is priced at 550 Malaysian Ringgit.