Gadgetren – Competing in the entry-level segment, the C53 NFC and the Infinix Note 30 have both been launched in the Indonesian mobile market.
Both these mobile phones are equipped with a 5,000 mAh battery which is claimed to last all day in normal usage. Meanwhile, both have used a screen that fills the front with IPS LCD technology and Full HD + resolution.
NFC (Near Field Communication) sensors are also featured on both to facilitate digital transactions, from checking or topping up e-money card balances, to data transfers.
Since it was first activated, the Android 13 operating system has been immediately immersed in it. Although they have some similarities, you should also know the differences that each of these phones offers.
Realme C53 NFC Vs Infinix Note 30
Even though it has a full display, the Realme C53 uses NFC purple in the form of a drop when it comes with the Infinix Note 30 drill hole which feels more modern. As for the screen size of the Realme C53 NFC, it is enough 6.74 in while the Infinix Note 30 has the width 6.78 in.
Interestingly, the Infinix Note 30 has a high-speed display 120Hz refresh rate so that it is able to display transitions between menus that are smoother than the Realme C53 NFC display that has 90Hz refresh rate.
realme C35 NFC has a unique feature called Mini Capsule which will display information about battery status, data usage and animated steps that span across the beats. Infinix Note 30 doesn’t have any similar features like mobile phones in general.
The kitchen aisle of the C53 NFC sphere is assigned to the chipset Unisoc Tiger T612 (12nm) Dual-Core 1.8GHz Cortex-A75 + Hexa-Core 1.8GHz Cortex-A55 Octa-Core Tuning Ring.
Meanwhile, the Infini Note 30 is driven by a chipset MediaTek Helio G99 (6nm) Dual-Core 2.2GHz Cortex-A76 + Hexa-Core 2GHz Cortex-A55 Octa-Core Tuning System.
To handle high performance, Helio G99 uses Cortex-A76 which has faster and more efficient performance compared to Tiger T612 which uses Cortex-A75.
While these two chipsets use Cortex-A55 to handle battery efficient activities. However, note that the speed of Helio G99 reaches 2 GHz which is higher than Unisoc Tiger T612 with 1.8 GHz.
The Infinix Note 30 already supports two speakers Tuned by JBL so it is able to present clear stereo sound, especially when enjoying movies and games because it can know the direction of footsteps from left or right.
Meanwhile, the C53 NFC sphere has only one speaker that can only produce mono sound. But in terms of volume, you can still complain because it supports functions Ultraboom speaker capable of producing volume levels up to 150%.
From the camera department, the Infinix Note 30 comes with the primary camera 64MP which resolution is higher than the C53 NFC bullet using the main camera 50MP. In theory, the main camera of a mobile phone manufactured by Infinix is capable of producing photos with greater detail compared to products manufactured by this kingdom.
For other rear camera configurations, the C53 NFC sphere is paired with a depth camera, while the Infinix Note 30 comes with two additional lenses in the form of 2MP and QVGA depth.
Front camera 16MP belonging to Infinix Note 30 offers video recording capabilities up to Full HD (1080p) 30 fps which is higher than the front camera 8MP from the C53 NFC bullet which only supports HD (720p) 30fps video recording.
feature 45W fast charging The Infinix Note 30 is also claimed to be able to charge from 0% to 75% in just 30 minutes. While features SUPERVOOC 33W from realme C53 NFC can charge from 0% to 50% in just 31 minutes.
realme C35 NFC is sold in Indonesia at IDR 2,099,000 with configuration RAM 6 GB + internal storage 128 GB. Then the Infinix Note 30 with RAM 8 GB and internal storage 256 GB price IDR 2,499,000.