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This comparison was written after analyzing their features as well as evaluating hands-on video review/s by trustworthy reviewer/s.
|Realme C55||Realme C53|
|Punch-hole display with Dynamic Island effect||Simple dewdrop notch design|
|Color changing back panel under sunlight||Regular back panel with a fine texture|
|7.9 mm thin||7.49 mm thin|
|6.72-inch Full HD+ IPS LCD 90Hz display||6.74-inch HD+ IPS LCD 90Hz display|
|64 MP back camera||50 MP back camera|
|8 MP front camera, 1080p Full HD recording||8 MP front camera, 720p HD recording|
|5000 mAh battery, 33W charger||5000 mAh battery, 33W charger|
|MediaTek Helio G88 chipset, 6 GB RAM||Unisoc Tiger T612 chipset, 6 GB RAM|
|128 GB fast UFS 2.2 storage||128 GB eMMC 5.1 storage|
As you can see, firstly, we have a price difference of ৳3,000 between these two phones. Yes, Realme C53 is the choice if you are on a lower budget. But, we wanted to show you if it’s really worth it to pay the extra 3K bucks to go for the C55 or if you should just pick the C53 and be happy with it.
Realme C55 Advantages
It comes with a more stylish front side design with the center punch-hole and the so-called mini capsule or digital island long-notch effect. The display resolution is a higher Full HD+. It has a much better 64 MP back camera. The front camera is similar but still a bit better especially with 1080p video recording.
It’s faster with the Helio G88 chipset. If performance is important to you, you should not pick the Realme C53 altogether with its Unisoc T612 chipset and the C55 is the choice. It also comes with a faster UFS 2.2 storage compared to Realme C53’s eMMC 5.1 storage.
Realme C53 Advantages
If you want one of the slimmest smartphones out there and the slimmest ever produced by Realme, the C53 is a must. Apart from that, the price is much lower than the C55 and you are still getting a decent Realme smartphone altogether. It has the Realme UI T which is more lightweight so, the lack of performance is a little less visible. It still performs decently for day-to-day tasks and for soft gaming with slightly lower graphics settings.
Overall, Realme C55 is the clear winner, but the price is pretty high. If you are on a lower budget and are a Realme fan, you can consider the C53.