Realme Narzo N63 Review: Design, Display, Cameras, Performance, Software, Battery And Charging

Realme Narzo N63 Review: In the sub-Rs 10,000 market, the Realme Narzo N63 is the brand’s most recent offering. The telephone undermines assumptions for certain smart highlights that are very uncommon in this section, especially its 45W quick charging support, a veggie lover calfskin back board, and backing for Air Signals. Let’s find out in this Realme Narzo N63 review whether the smartphone is able to stand out in the fiercely competitive budget category.

Realme Narzo N63 Review 2024

Although the Realme Narzo N63 is not the best device in its class, it excels in a number of key areas. It includes a smooth plan with a veggie lover calfskin back, dependable battery duration with fast re-energizing, and shrewd highlights like Air Signals and Riding Mode, which make it a beneficial choice to consider at a beginning cost of Rs 8,499. However, its lack of 5G support and low brightness levels may not be to its advantage.

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Design & Display

Twilight Purple and Leather Blue (vegan leather) are the two color options available for the smartphone. I received the vegan leather version, which enhances the smartphone’s in-hand experience. The artificial calfskin back limits fingerprints and smircesh and feels significantly better to contact. The flat edges can slightly dig into the palm of your hand, but I didn’t find them to be as much of a problem for me.


With three large circular rings for the camera and flash, the camera island follows the iPhone 14 Pro Max’s design philosophy. In order to blend in with the rest of the design, the camera deco and phone edges have a blue tint. Additionally, the smartphone has IP54 dust and water resistance, which is a nice feature. The volume button doubles as a fingerprint sensor and responds quickly, and the bottom edge has a 3.5mm headphone jack.

The smartphone has a 6.74-inch IPS display with a 90Hz refresh rate, 560nits of peak brightness, and HD+ resolution (720 x 1,600). The selfie camera is housed in a drop-notch on the bottom of the panel, which has thin bezels and a slightly protruding chin. The presentation experience is very standard at the cost section, with nice survey points and adequate splendor level for indoor use. Even in Delhi’s scorching noontime, the brightness does not seem adequate for outdoor use.

Display size6.74-inch IPS6.56-inch IPS6.6-inch LCD6.6-inch IPS
Peak brightness560nits563nitsUnspecified480nits

The cell phone guarantees a base brilliance level of 1nits, and sufficiently sure, the splendor level can go down very low, which was very valuable while perusing digital books around evening time. The 90Hz invigorate rate guarantees smooth perusing and streaming. Notwithstanding, the telephone just has a mono speaker, which fairly decreases the sight and sound insight.



The Realme Narzo N63 has an 8MP selfie camera with an aperture of f/2.0 and a 50MP AI rear camera with an aperture of f/1.8. The Narzo N63’s low-light photography is somewhat limited, with visible softening and loss of detail. The selfie camera sings a comparable tune, with palatable sunshine results. The selfie lens has a tendency to smooth out the skin in low light, resulting in blurry images and poor edge detection. The camera takes OK pictures in sunshine conditions with an adequate measure of detail and adjusted colors.

Daylight image comparison

Here’s a comparison shot with the Moto G24 Power, which offers slightly better dynamic range and captures better details compared to the Realme Narzo N63, though with slightly boosted colours. The Realme Narzo N63 instead has a more natural colour reproduction, maintains better exposure and showcases the clouds in the sky, whereas the Moto G24 fails to do so.

Low-light image comparison

We put the Realme Narzo N63, itel P55, and Moto G24 Power through their paces to see how well they handled low-light photography. The primary shot is an examination between the Realme Narzo N63 and the Moto G24 Power. When night mode is enabled, the Moto G24 Power clearly wins, outperforming the Narzo N63 in terms of sharpness, noise levels, and details. The lowlight capabilities of the itel P55 are marginally superior to those of the Realme Narzo N63. It has better edge detection and clarity than the Realme Narzo N63, and it was able to keep the sky’s clouds, which aren’t visible in the latter’s image.

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Selfie comparison

We also compared the Realme Narzo N63’s ability to take selfies to that of the Infinix Hot 40i, which has the only 32MP selfie lens in the category. The Narzo N63’s selfie has better openness and a hotter tone, which makes it look more interesting to me than the cooler tone of the Infinix Hot 40i, however the story changes with regards to subtleties. When compared to the Realme Narzo N63, which slightly oversharpening the image, the Infinix Hot 40i provides a more accurate representation of the skin’s texture. The previous likewise keeps a superior shirt surface, and you can notice the weaving all the more intently.

Performance & software

The Unisoc T612 chipset powers the cell phone, matched with up to 4GB of Smash and 128GB of stockpiling, which is further expandable with a microSD card. Additionally, virtual RAM extension of up to 4GB is available. Given its price, the device performs well and is best suited for day-to-day use and casual gaming. There’s infrequent slack while perusing, and the gadget can battle on the off chance that you register a great deal of orders. If you plan to play graphics-intensive games, it’s best to lower your expectations. Some benchmark numbers against major rivals are as follows:

The cell phone accompanies Realme UI in light of Android 14 out-of-the-case, and there are a couple pre-introduced outsider applications, including a few irregular games, which can be uninstalled in the event that you wish to. I was happy to see that the device supports Air Gestures, something that the Realme Narzo N65, which is more expensive, does not have. Swiping up and down in the air to switch between videos and answering or muting incoming calls are examples of the gestures. They function admirably enough and can prove to be useful on the off chance that you’re a little separation away from your gadget.

The power button can likewise be arranged to perform various activities. There’s a devoted Riding Mode that stops warnings with the exception of approaching calls on the off chance that you’re progressing. The Narzo N63 will receive one major OS upgrade and software updates for up to two years, according to the manufacturer.

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Battery & Charging

A standard 5,000mAh battery with 45W SUPERVOOC quick charging support drives the Realme Narzo N63. On the PCMark battery test, the smartphone achieved a score of 13 hours and 30 minutes, which is relatively low for the market. The cell phone logged a total battery channel of 23% during our 2 hours of serious tests, which is an OK outcome and should endure most clients for a whole day.

The 45W quick charging support requires about 1 hour and 10 minutes to re-energize the battery from 20 to 100% limit, which is a great outcome at the cost portion. The time it takes for the Narzo N63s rivals to go from 20% to 100% capacity is as follows:

Fast charging support45W33W18W18W
Charging time (20 to 100%)69 minutes110 minutes138 minutes127 minutes


The Realme Narzo N63 stands out among the many excellent options in the budget category. The cell phone arrives in a smooth bundle that feels very superior, offers great sunshine photography capacities, a fair battery duration that sparkles thanks to its 45W quick charging backing and some clever programming highlights like Air Motions, a unique power button, Riding mode and then some. At a beginning cost of Rs 8,499, the central contenders of the gadget incorporate the Moto G24 Power (survey), itel P55 4G (audit), and the Infinix Hot 40i (audit).

The first has a larger 6,000mAh battery and an Android experience that is similar to stock. The itel P55 has 8GB more onboard RAM and a longer battery life than the Infinix Hot 40i, which has a 32MP front camera that takes great pictures for the price range. The Realme Narzo N63 has a few drawbacks to consider, including the lack of 5G support, an insufficient brightness level for outdoor use, and a performance output that appears to be quite limited due to only 4GB of RAM. The Realme Narzo N63 is a device that would be sufficient for the majority of entry-level users in the event that these aspects do not significantly matter.

Realme Narzo N63 Review FAQ’S

Is realme Narzo good or bad?

The Realme Narzo 60X with 8GB RAM and 256GB storage is a fantastic choice for users who demand high performance, ample storage, and future-proof connectivity.

What are the disadvantages of realme?

Lacks high-end camera features like OIS. Older software - Ships with Android 11, not the latest Android 12. Support for software updates is unclear.

Is Realme a good brand for mobile?

Most Realme phones are generally considered to be reliable and long-lasting, with moderate usage typically resulting in a lifespan of around two years.

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