Realme unveiled the Narzo N55 a month ago as the first smartphone under the Narzo N-series, and it will expand the lineup on May 18 with the launch of the Narzo N53 in India.
The Realme Narzo N53 is touted as the "The Entry-Level Redefiner" that boasts a "stunning design, powerful performance, and advanced features."
And while the company hasn't detailed the Narzo N53's specs sheet, it revealed the phone's design and key specs.
The Realme Narzo N53's rear is reminiscent of the iPhone Pro models since it features a squircle-shaped camera island with three circles - two for cameras and one for the flash
The Narzo N53's back panel has California Sunshine Design with a shower-like pattern similar to Realme C55's Sunshower version. At the bottom is the USB-C port flanked by the 3.5mm headphone jack, microphone, and speaker grille.
On the right-side frame are the volume rocker and power button, which doubles up as a fingerprint scanner. We have the notched display on the front, but we don't know its diagonal and resolution. However, you can be sure it's an LCD panel.
The Realme Narzo N53 will be fueled by a 5,000 mAh battery with 33W charging support, advertised to charge up to 50% in 34 minutes.
The Narzo N53 will be 7.49mm thin, making it the thinnest Realme smartphone ever. Amazon.in revealed it will come in at least two colors, but we are yet to learn what their marketing names are
With the launch about a week away, you can expect Realme to reveal more features of the Narzo N53 to build hype around it.
In the meantime, you can read our Realme C55 review, which is what the Narzo N55 is based on. We also have a video review you can watch below.