Samsung Galaxy A53 Review

Written by Nuel


Samsung introduced the Galaxy A53 a couple of weeks back and today as the phone went on sale we managed to get a unit for review. It retains a lot of the DNA of its 2021 predecessors but comes with a couple of major upgrades that we’ll go over before handing the phone to our review team.

The organization chose to keep the general look of the camera knock for the quad-cam arrangement, and the current year’s telephones additionally have wonderful shadings – our unit came in Awesome Peach. It seems orange or gold depending on the lighting.

Sadly, the Galaxy A53 does not have an adapter in the retail box in most countries much like the cheaper Galaxy A13 we welcomed recently. There’s only a SIM ejector pin and a USB-C to USB-C cable.


The phone weighs 189 grams and has the same 6.5” Super AMOLED panel as the Galaxy A52s. Which is a good thing considering that it is a vibrant and bright display.

There are two massive changes in the Galaxy A53 – the first being the Exynos 1280 chipset, which is making its presentation here. Samsung hasn’t formally itemized its most recent mid-range chipset, however, we currently realize its CPU has four execution Cortex-A78 centers timed at 2.4 GHz and four Cortex-A55 productivity units timed at 2.0GHz.

The other vital improvement Samsung brought is the 5,000 mAh battery. It energizes at to 25W, which is hopefully acceptable with Samsung telephones nowadays.


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We are now starting work on the full Galaxy A53 review, so stick around for our findings!

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