Review Samsung Galaxy A53 5G – Samsung officially launched two Galaxy A Series smartphones consisting of the Galaxy A53 5G and Galaxy A33 5G.
As the name of the series is similar, the difference between them is not much. Even in terms of design, the two are practically similar and are equipped with IP67 water and dust resistance certification.
Both use the same System-on-Chip, namely Exynos 1280 which is a new chipset from Samsung and is built with 5 nm fabrication. The RAM capacity, storage, and additional storage support are the same.
Both have 6GB and 8GB RAM options with 128GB and 256GB storage options. While external storage supports up to 1 TB microSD.
The screen sector is a bit different. Both use Super AMOLED panels, the A33 5G size is 6.4 inches with a 90Hz refresh rate, and A53 5G is 6.5 inches with a 120Hz refresh rate. While the resolution is both 1080 x 2400 pixels with a ratio of 20: 9 and is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 5.
For camera specifications, the Galaxy A53 5G is higher in terms of resolution. The main camera has a resolution of 64 MP (wide), 12 MP (ultrawide), 5 MP (macro), and 5 MP (depth).
While the Galaxy A33 5G is slightly lower with a resolution of 48 MP (wide), 8 MP (ultrawide), 5 MP (macro), and 2 MP (depth). On the front camera, the Galaxy A53 5G has a resolution of 32 MP which can record video up to 4K, and the Galaxy A33 %G has a resolution of 13 MP with the ability to record video up to 1080p.
The battery capacity is the same, namely 5000 mAh which supports 25 watt super fast charging technology. The operating system uses Android 12 wrapped in One UI 4.1.