Let’s go over the key features of the Galaxy A53 5G and see what it’s all about.
The Galaxy A52 and A52s were extremely popular last year, and the new model appears to follow in their footsteps. The A53 5G features a pastel-colored design similar to previous Samsung models, with the camera bump blending into the plastic back panel.
You’ll also get IP67-rated water and dust resistance.
The main difference is that the battery capacity has been increased from 4500 mah to 5000 mah, but the phone does not appear to be any thicker or heftier as a result. For some reason, the charging speed hasn’t changed, there’s still support for up to 25 watts, and some markets still include a charger.
The Galaxy A53 has the same 6.5-inch AMOLED display that we saw last year. The resolution is 1080p, and the refresh rate is fast at 120hz. You also get stereo speakers for your audio, but no headphone jack, which was present in last year’s models. Aside from the battery capacity, the Galaxy A53 features a new chipset.
It has an Exynos 1280 processor, which provides 5G connectivity and solid mid-range performance. We have yet to test it, but we anticipate that it will be more powerful than the snapdragon 750g found in the original Galaxy A52. 5G performance should be comparable to the snapdragon 778g found in the Galaxy A52s.
The A53’s interface is the latest one, UI 4.1 over Android 12. It’s just as feature-packed as on other Samsung devices, and Samsung promises four generations of one UI and five years of security updates. The cameras of the A53 5G are the same as last year.
The interface on the A53 is the most recent, UI 4.1 on top of Android 12. It has all of the same features as other Samsung devices, and Samsung promises four generations of the same UI and five years of security updates. The A53 5G’s cameras are the same as last year’s.