Samsung Galaxy M53 to launch with Dimensity 900 5G SOC
The spec sheet of the phone has leaked
In September last year, Samsung launched the Galaxy M52 5G in India, and for a starting price of ₹29,999, that phone offered Snapdragon 778G 5G SOC, a 120Hz Super AMOLED, a 5,000mAh battery, and more. It was very similar to the Galaxy A52s 5G except for OIS and IP67 certification. Now, the company is planning to launch the Samsung Galaxy M53, and we have the spec sheet of the phone already. The specs were shared by Yogesh Brar on Twitter.
Earlier this month, the Galaxy M53 showed up on Geekbench, which revealed the SOC to be Dimensity 900. The latest information reveals the same SOC, so this time, Samsung went on the MediaTek route for the Galaxy M53. There is 8GB RAM along with 128GB or 256GB internal storage. Android 12 based OneUI 4.1 runs out of the box, and the battery size is 5,000mAh. There is support for 25W charging, but you won’t get a charger in the box.
In terms of the cameras, there are four on the back, where the primary camera has a 108MP sensor (no OIS). There is an 8MP camera for ultrawide shots, a 2MP depth, and a 2MP macro sensor. So, while the primary camera is upgraded from last year, the other cameras seem like a downgrade. This is because the Galaxy M52 5G had a 12MP ultrawide and a 5MP macro camera. The selfie camera is the same this time, i.e., a 32MP sensor.
The display is also the same, so it is a 6.7-inch 120Hz Super AMOLED with an FHD+ resolution. Finally, Samsung Galaxy M53 supports more than 10 5G bands.
Well, compared to the Galaxy M52 5G, the display, battery size, charging speed, and selfie camera remain the same. There is a different SOC this time and a better primary rear camera. Interestingly, Samsung went for Dimensity 900 this time which is less powerful than Snapdragon 778G 5G, which powered the Galaxy M52 5G. This is the same SOC that powers phones such as Infinix Zero 5G and OnePlus NORD CE 2.
Well, looking at these specs, it would be better if Samsung launches the Galaxy M53 5G under 25,000 in India, which may not happen considering that the Galaxy M53 started at ₹29,999 last year.