Is it Worth Buying Samsung Galaxy A53 5G?

Samsung Galaxy A53 5G review

Samsung usually priced their smartphone high compared to other brands and the newly launched Galaxy A53 5G is the same, it’s an overpriced device but it won’t be for those who are looking for a Samsung smartphone only?

The newly launched Galaxy A53 5G starts from Rs 34,499 for 6GB+128GB and another 8GB+128GB variant is available at Rs 35,999. The device is available in Black, White, Light Blue, and Peach color options and it will go for sale on 25th March 20222 at noon via Amazon.

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Is it Worth Buying Samsung Galaxy A53 5G?

Samsung Galaxy A53 5G review

Galaxy A53 5G is a great smartphone for those who are looking for only Samsung branded smartphone but if you want a value money device then it’s not worth buying, you should either consider the Xiaomi 11TG Pro 5G or OnePlus Nord 2 5G.

There is no doubt, the device has a good camera but it doesn’t justify the 35k price tag, if the phone was launched at 30k then it would have been a good option but at 35k, the cameras are not that great.

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The Samsung Galaxy A53 5G is powered by a new 5nm Exynos 1280 SoC and it ruins on OneUi 4.1 are based on Android 12.

The Exynos 1280 is a powerful processor but it’s nowhere close to Snapdragon 888 chipset, so if you’re that person who loves to game then this is not the best option to consider, Samsung should have gone with a Snapdragon processor, even Snapdragon 778 would have been good.

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The battery will last for about a day but it only has 25W wired charging support which is not the best because we have other smartphones at 35k with 120W and even 65W charging support.

While we can’t complain about the display because it has a 6.50-inches 120Hz AMOLED display which is good as usual.


If you want the latest Samsung smartphone then do consider the Galaxy A53 5G or you can also take look at Galaxy S20 FE 5G which is also available at 35k.

Now, if you can go above 35k then there is no better option than Xiaomi 11T Pro 5G while if you want value for money device then there is also the OnePlus Nord 2 5G.

If you ask me, you can skip the Galaxy A53 5G but if you want Samsung only smartphone then I can’t say much.

Buy it If

  • If you want the best Galaxy device under Rs 35,000
  • If you want logger OS updates
  • If you’re a fan of Samsung Logo
  • If you want premium design
  • If you want good cameras
  • If you want solid battery life

Don’t buy it if…

  • If you want a powerful processor.
  • If you want 3.5mm, Audio Jack
  • If you want a value money device
  • If you want superfast charging
  • If you need wireless charging
  • If you want zoom cameras

Galaxy A53 5G Specifications

Display6.5″ FHD+ Super AMOLED Display
120Hz Refresh rate
800nits pick brightness
Rear Camera64MP (OIS) F1.8 1
2MP Ultra-wide F2.2
5MP Depth F2.4
5MP Macro F2.4

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Front Camera32MP F2.2

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Processor5nm Exynos 1280
(Octa-Core 2.4GHz)
5G SupportYes
25W Support

*No charger in the box
ambient light sensor,
compass/ magnetometer,
proximity sensor,
and in-display fingerprint sensor.
OSOneUI 4.1 – Android 12.0

4 years of OS update
5 years of Security Updates
OtherIP67 Water & Dust Resistance
Knox Security
India Price6GB Ram + 128GB Storage: Rs 34,449
8GB Ram + 128GB Storage: Rs 35,499
Available atAmazon

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