Galaxy A53 5G Advantages and Disadvantages – Complete Package in the Middle Class

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Gadgetren – Based on the advantages and disadvantages it carries, the Samsung Galaxy A53 5G is one of the interesting devices to borrow when we need a new cellphone.

It’s just that in order to be able to ask for a medium cellphone from Samsung, we really have to prepare quite a lot of funds where the 8GB + 128GB variant is priced at IDR 5,999,000 while the 8GB + 256GB goes up to IDR 6,499,000.

For those of you who are still hesitant to buy or not after seeing the price tag, here’s a summary of the advantages and disadvantages of the Galaxy A53 5G that can be used for consideration.

The advantages and disadvantages of the Samsung Galaxy A53 5G


Similar to Samsung’s upper-middle cellphones in general, the Galaxy A53 5G is also one of the devices that offers a screen as an advantage. The panel is made of Super AMOLED with a fairly large size.

Thanks to Samsung’s distinctive display panel, the Galaxy A53 5G can of course be an interesting option if we need an interface to content with brighter and colorful images.

This Samsung mid-range smartphone technically offers a 6.5” screen with Full HD + resolution capable of delivering brightness levels of up to 800nit. In addition, the panels used are also certified Eye Comfort Shield so that the eyes are more comfortable.

Those of us who like to play games or watch videos can also consider this cellphone. The screen used is because it is equipped with a 120Hz refresh rate so that it can display animations more smoothly.

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The Galaxy A53 5G moreover also offers a more capable kitchen runway. The problem is that the cellphone is recorded to carry a Samsung Exynos 1280 (5nm) with a speed of up to 2.4GHz which is claimed to have faster CPU, GPU, and NPU performance than the Galaxy A52 5G chipset.

Based on Samsung’s internal testing results, the Galaxy A53 5G’s Exynos 1280 chipset is even capable of producing 6% faster CPU performance, 33% higher GPU, and 43% more sophisticated NPU than the previous generation.

The photographic configuration offered by the Galaxy A53 5G is also quite complete. In addition to the 64MP main camera, this phone also offers a 12MP wide-angle lens, 2MP macro, 2MP depth, and 32MP selfies.

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The Galaxy A53 5G camera also promises more perfect photo and video results because Samsung has also embedded OIS (Optical Image Stabilization) and VDIS (Video Digital Image Stabilization) support.

To protect this phone, Samsung is also seen embedding an IP67 certified water and dust resistant support which in theory can withstand submersion of up to 1 meter for 30 minutes. It’s just that it’s not recommended for swimming, especially in the sea or soapy water.


Samsung actually embeds a fairly large battery support on the Galaxy A53 5G like most modern mid-range phones. It’s just that unfortunately, the 5,000mAh capacity it uses is not supported by more capable fast charging technology.

Apart from having to buy the appropriate adapter or charger separately, the Galaxy A53 5G is recorded to only carry support for 25W Super Fast Charging, which is far below some other mid-range phones.

With 25W Super Fast Charging technology, we of course need a longer duration of time when we need to charge the Galaxy A53 5G battery than some devices in its class which now offer support ranging from 33W to 67W.

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