The new Samsung Galaxy A53 with the new Exynos. Samsung has just released a new model of the A-series. It has a 120Hz AMOLED screen, FHD, 64MP primary camera with OIS, IP67, and more. The A53 is a midrange phone that features their new Exynos 1280 processor.
It has a 6.5” AMOLED display with under-display fingerprint, 120Hz refresh rate, probably the same as the previous model. It looks exactly the same as the A52s with 4 colors Awesome Blue, Awesome Black Awesome White, Awesome Peach.
Exynos 1280 is a 5nm Octa-core processor and is said to be as powerful as the Dimensity 900 or probably close to the Snapdragon 778G.
It has the same cameras as the A52s. The quality of the shot may or may not be the same as that of the A52s, which can only be distinguished by the processor or the SOC. Usually Samsung flagships have two versions of SOC Exynos and Snapdragon. Based on what I’ve seen, the Snapdragon has a better processing capability than its counterpart. But we are expecting a better result from Exynos and I hope they deliver it well.
For the battery, the battery can last for 2 days and that depends on how you use the phone. Heavy applications require high power from the processor which can cause overheating.
12MP Ultra wide f/2.2
64MP f/1.8 OIS (with image stabilization)
5MP f/2.4 Depth
5MP f/2.4 Macro
32MP f/2.2 front camera
For additional features, the phone has a capacity to add additional RAM that will be extracted from storage and it is called virtual RAM. Additionally, it features a MicroSD card slot, up to 1TB, which is cool and exclusive only for mid ranges.