The Galaxy A series gets two new 5G phones-A53 5G and A73 5G, both of which include a new 5 nm chipset – the new Exynos 1280, which Samsung hardly acknowledges. Except for the display and camera, the two phones are nearly identical. The Samsung Galaxy A73 5G is the largest of the three, having a 6.7-inch Super AMOLED display with FHD+ resolution and a 120 Hz refresh rate. Last year’s A72 had a display of the same size but with a refresh rate of 90 Hz.
Samsung A53 5G Is Priced Slightly Lower Than iPhone SE
A 6.5-inch Super AMOLED display with FHD+ resolution and 120 Hz refresh rate comes standard on the Galaxy A53 5G. The 32-megapixel selfie camera is built into the display through a punch-hole.
The primary camera, on the other hand, sports a 64 MP sensor and an f/1.8 lens with OIS. A 12 MP ultra-wide module (f/2.2), a 5 MP macro camera, and a 5 MP depth sensor are also included. Those figures may not make Galaxy A52/A52s users envious, but the new model does come with some improvements.
For better Night mode photographs, the new chipset can fuse up to 12 images. In Portrait mode, A53 5G also employs two cameras to provide a clearer distinction between the subject and the backdrop. It also features intelligence that allows it to choose the ideal frame rate for capturing video based on the ambient light. The battery capacity increased by 500 mAh from the A52 series to 5,000 mAh.
Charging stays at 25W, which is the same as on the Galaxy S22, but with a smaller 3,700 mAh battery. It will go on sale the day before (March 1) in the United States for $450 for a SIM-free model. From April 1, it will be accessible on T-Mobile, Verizon, AT&T, and other carriers. Pre-orders begin today, and those who do so will receive a free pair of Galaxy Buds Live.