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Realme Narzo N53 debuted with Unisoc chipset and 5,000 mAh battery

Realme Narzo N53 debuted with Unisoc chipset and 5,000 mAh battery. The Realme Narzo N53 has a primary camera with a resolution of 50 megapixels, a battery capacity of 5,000 milliampere hours, and a display with 90 hertz.

The collection of the Narzo N53 is 6.74 inches and HD+ at 90 hertz. The waterdrop-shaped plate, which houses the front-facing camera, has a resolution of 8 megapixels. The Realme Narzo N53, the company’s third smartphone, has a Dynamic Island-like Mini Capsule on each side of the notch.

This capsule provides information like the user’s battery life, data use, and daily steps. Realme chose the Unisoc T612 chipset for its smartphone, 4/6GB of RAM, 64/128GB of native storage, and a slot for a microSD card.

Realme Narzo N53 debuted with Unisoc chipset and 5,000 mAh battery

On the back of the device, the third cutout holds the LED flash, primary camera (50 megapixels), and ultrawide camera (8 megapixels). With a battery capacity of 5,000 mAh and rapid charging at 33 watts, this smartphone is powered by Android 13 with Realme UI T Edition.

In addition to the fingerprint scanner on the side, there are dual speakers and a headphone port. The two color options for the Realme Narzo N53 are black and feather gold. INR 8,999 (about $110) for 4/128GB and INR 10,999 (approximately $133) for 6/128 GB. On May 24, sales will begin at Realme, Amazon India, and other merchants.

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