Realme C63 Tested on Geekbench with 6GB RAM, Unisoc T612 SoC, and Android 14

Usama Rasool

Their preparations are almost complete to debut a new phone in Malaysia called Realme C63. And you can tell by the name that it wants to replace the old C53. Multiple certifiers are giving it a green light. FCC, TUV, and BIS cleared it before. But Geekbench is the one to list this device last. We hear its next stop is probably an official launch on June 5th.

There were many revealing details at Geekbench. And they should help you manage expectations. Its model number, as you see in the listing, is RMX3939. We also noticed that the Realme C63 motherboard has a call sign 'sums9230_latte.' Onboard, there is a 1.82 GHz CPU with eight cores. That means it is a light Android phone like others before it. 

The CPU in the works inside it is from Unisoc. More specifically, a Unisoc T612. We found another interesting thing from Geekbench. And that was confirmation of 6GB onboard physical RAM. New phones in 2024 are all getting Android 14. And so does Realme C63. 

All that hardware config should give this Realme new budget mobile a performance bump over previous generations. Geekbench has it down with some great test results. It scored 423 points when tested on one core. But all eight cores running in parallel have a potential of 1472 points.  

TUV certification before it also had some other details you ought to know. We learned that it has a 4880 mAh cell to power it up. But you'll probably see a rounded figure of 5000 mAh for it. And yes, there is fast 45W charging this time. That's another excellent bump up in its specs. 


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