With the Galaxy M53 5G, Samsung has introduced another mid-range smartphone. With 120 Hz and a 108 MP camera, it offers interesting equipment.
Samsung quietly has it Galaxy M53 5G announced via a product page. The mid-range smartphone follows the Galaxy M52 5G, which was only introduced in autumn 2021.
Galaxy M53 5G: Display
The Galaxy M53 5G has dimensions of 77.0 x 164.7 x 7.4 mm and 176 g, which are similar to its predecessor. The display is also the same at 6.7 inches, 120 Hz refresh rate and FHD+ resolution. The 32 MP selfie camera is housed in a small circular recess.
Galaxy M53 5G: Camera
On the other hand, there is a clear difference to the M52 on the back: Instead of a triple camera, the Galaxy M53 5G now has a quadruple camera. The main sensor has been upgraded and now offers a resolution of 108 MP (f/1.8) instead of 64 MP on the predecessor. There is also an 8 MP ultra wide angle, as well as a depth sensor and a macro lens, each with 2 MP. Here, the M52 had higher-resolution sensors with 12 MP (UWW) and 5 MP (macro).
Galaxy M53 5G: processor, memory and battery
An octa-core processor works inside, clocking at a maximum of 2.4 GHz. 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of flash memory are available. The storage can also be expanded by up to 1 TB via a micro SD card. The battery has a capacity of 5,000 mAh and can be charged with up to 25 W. The charging adapter is not included.
Galaxy M53 5G: software and updates
The Galaxy M53 5G ships with Android 12 and OneUI 4.1. In contrast to other models, Samsung has not yet made any specific statements about future updates for the M series. As the name of the smartphone suggests, it supports 5G, and Wi-Fi 5 and Bluetooth 5.2 are also on board.
Galaxy M53 5G: price and availability
Information on the price and availability of the Galaxy M53 5G is not yet available. The predecessor went on sale in September 2021 for 380 euros.Continue to home page
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