Samsung Galaxy M53 5G launches in India on April 22: Everything we know so far – MySmartPrice

Samsung Galaxy M53 5G

Samsung India is on launch. After launching several A-Series devices in the Indian market, the Korean technology giant is now ready to launch a new M-Series device in the country. The company has now announced that Samsung Galaxy M53 5G will be launched in the Indian market on April 22nd. To the ignorant, the Samsung Galaxy M53 5G had made its global debut earlier this month.

Samsung Galaxy M53 5G comes with a design language similar to that of Samsung Galaxy M33 5G. Highlights of the Galaxy M53 5G include a 108 MP camera setup, a Dimensity 900 processor and a 120Hz AMOLED display. The device also features a 5,000 mAh battery and a 32 MP selfie camera. Let’s take a closer look at the Samsung Galaxy M53 5G specifications and features.

Samsung Galaxy M53 5G: Specifications and Features

The latest handset in the M series offers a 120Hz AMOLED screen with a Full HD + resolution. It is a 6.7-inch screen that has a centered hole notch, which the company refers to as an Infinity-O screen. Under the hood, the handset has an octa-core Dimensity 900 processor that brings an integrated Mali G68 GPU with it.

Speaking of optics, the Samsung Galaxy M53 5G offers a quad rear camera setup including a 108 MP primary shooter. It also happens to be the first device in the M-Series with a 108 MP camera setup. In addition to the high-resolution sensor, the handset also has an 8MP ultra-wide-angle lens, a 2MP macro lens and a 2MP depth sensor. Samsung has equipped the M53 5G with a 32MP snapper for video calls and selfies.

Samsung Galaxy M53 5G is powered by a 5000mAh battery. It supports 25W fast charging via the Type-C port. However, the company may not assemble the charging pad in the retail box, like other mid-range Galaxy devices. Galaxy M53 5G comes with OneUI 4.1, based on Android 12.

We can expect the Samsung Galaxy M53 5G to be priced in Rs 25,000-30,000 fittings. What do you think of the Galaxy M53 5G? Tell us in the comments section.

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