Realme C33 comes with a new design and Specifications on September 6

Realme C33 comes with a new design and Specifications on September 6. On September 6, the Realme Watch 3 Pro will be launched in place of the 9i 5G, which was scheduled to debut on August 18. Realme today said it would also debut the C33 on September 6, so it won’t be the only item it will show off on Tuesday.


The C33’s event will start at 12 PM IST, whilst the Watch 3 Pro’s event will start at 12:30 PM IST, therefore it looks that both devices will have separate events. Realme’s events typically start around 12:30 PM local time in India, so it’s likely that the firm will launch the C33 in several regions at once, similar to how it did with the 9i 5G.

Having said that, Realme has unveiled the C33’s design and essential specifications, albeit the firm hasn’t provided a full list of specifications. The C33, which Realme is promoting as “Naye Zamane Ka Entertainment” (or “new age entertainment”), resembles the 9i 5G but has just two rear cameras as opposed to the 9i 5G’s three.

Realme C33 comes with a new design and Specifications on September 6

However, the C33 features a Boundless Sea Design, and the 9i 5G sports a Vintage CD design. Despite this, the gold color variant of the C33, like the Metallica Gold edition of the 9i 5G, appears glitzy and blingy.

Additionally, the C33 weighs the same but is 0.2mm thicker (8.3mm) than the 9i 5G. (187g). A closer look reveals that the “Matrix AI Camera” wording is present on the C33’s back panel beneath the LED flash, however, it is not on the 9i 5G.

Together with the volume rocker, the Realme C33’s power button serves as a fingerprint scanner, leaving the SIM card slot as the only feature on the left-side frame. The SIM card slot and volume controls are situated on the left of the 9i 5G’s side frame, leaving just the power key on the right.


The C33 will include a 50MP primary camera and a 5,000 mAh battery, just like the 9i 5G, however, we don’t know if the C33 has the same sensor or charging speed (18W). We do know that the USB-C connector at the bottom, which is surrounded by a speaker, a microphone, and a 3.5mm headphone socket, will be used to charge the C33.

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