Realme C63 Appeared on TUV Rheinland, SDPPI And Camera FV5 Database; Key Details Revealed

The smartphone brand Realme has unveiled Realme C65 in Vietnam and it will be going on sale on 4th April, 2024. And now we have spotted a new Realme device on multiple certification websites- Realme C63 which indicates that the brand is currently working on Realme C63.

The Tech Outlook has spotted Realme C63 on the SDPPI database with model number RMX3939 and certificate number 98465/SDPPI/2024. Except for the moniker and model number, the listing does not reveal much about the smartphone.

This same model number has also been spotted on the TUV Rheinland certification website which reveals that the smartphone will support 45W fast charging and feature a 4880mAh battery. Realme is likely to market the battery capacity as 5000mAh.

This upcoming device also made it’s appearance on Camera FV5 database.

It is revealed that the smartphone will arrive with a 35mm focal length and f/1.8 aperture. It also reveals a 12.6MP image which suggests that the smartphone could be equipped with a 50MP primary camera while the maximum picture resolution of the image is 4096×3072 pixels.

In the coming days, we might across some more details regarding the specs and launch timeline of this upcoming smartphone. Also since the device has started bagging various certifications we might get to hear the launch announcement soon.

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