the SamsungGalaxy A53 5G should be a hit just like its predecessor, the Galaxy A52 5G, but its success may not come easily with alternatives like the Google Pixel 5a 5G in the same price segment. Samsung’s entry-level and mid-range Galaxy range was confusing in the past with several models housed under different series such as Galaxy J, Galaxy C and Galaxy On. Samsung decided to streamline this a few years ago by combining it all under one Galaxy A series umbrella.
Now, the Galaxy A series includes entry-level, mid-range, and high-end mid-range smartphones, with the hierarchy determined by the numbers at the end of the product name. The Galaxy A12, one of the entry-level models in the series, was the best-selling Android smartphone in 2021. It now has a successor that adds 5G support but it remains to be seen if it can outperform its predecessor. in terms of sales.
The newly launched Samsung Galaxy A53 5G will go hand in hand with the Google Pixel 5a 5G, and their identical price of $449 puts them on equal footing. In terms of design, the Galaxy A53 5G features a display with a centered hole-punch camera, Gorilla Glass 5 protection, a plastic back with a matte finish, and a quad-camera setup with a design that Samsung has dubbed Ambient Edge. It also has an IP67 rating and is available in four color choices. The Pixel 5a 5G, on the other hand, has a punch-hole camera cutout in the top left corner of the display. The screen features the older Gorilla Glass 3 protection, while the phone features a premium aluminum unibody covered in plastic. The back features an almost flush camera housing that houses two sensors. It also has an IP67 water and dust resistance rating, but only comes in one color option.
Galaxy A53 5G vs. Pixel 5a 5G: specs and features
The Galaxy A53 5G features a 6.5-inch FHD+ Super AMOLED display compared to the Pixel 5a’s 6.34-inch FHD+ OLED panel. Samsung’s phone has a 120Hz refresh rate while the Pixel stays at 60Hz. The Galaxy A53 is powered by the Exynos 1280 chipset, a 5nm octa-core processor clocked at 2.4GHz and paired with 6 GB or 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB or 256 GB of storage. Unlike the Galaxy S22 which lacks a microSD card slot, the Galaxy A53 retains this feature and allows up to 1TB of additional storage. In contrast, the Pixel 5a has a Snapdragon 765G chip which also has eight cores and a clock speed of 2.4 GHz. It comes in a single configuration with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of non-expandable storage.
Cameras are another area where phones differ. Google equips the Pixel 5a with a 12MP f/1.7 main rear camera and a 16MP f/2.2 ultra-wide camera. In contrast, there are four on the Galaxy A53 5G consisting of a 64MP f/1.8 main camera, a 12MP f/2.2 ultra-wide camera, a 5MP depth camera, and a 5MP macro shot. Samsung also goes all out with a 32MP front camera while the Pixel 5a has an 8MP sensor. The Pixel 5a 5G packs a 4,680mAh battery that supports 18W fast charging (charger included) while Samsung’s phone has a larger capacity 5,000mAh battery with 25W fast charging ( charger not included). Both devices have stereo speakers, NFC, Bluetooth 5, a Type-C port and Wi-Fi 5. They also have a fingerprint scanner, although Samsung placed it under the display while the Pixel 5a’s sensor is on the back. The Pixel phone is also the only one with an audio jack.
In terms of software, the Pixel 5a launched with Android 11 and has already been updated to Android 12, while the Galaxy A53 5G runs Android 12 with One UI 4.1 out of the box. Google says its phone will get three years of OS and security updates, but that doesn’t match the four years of OS upgrades and five years of security updates that Google says. the Galaxy A53 5G will receive. On paper, the Samsung phone comes out on top with its 120Hz refresh rate, larger battery capacity, faster charging, higher resolution cameras, storage expansion and longer software support. . Nevertheless, the Pixel 5a 5G has some advantages over the SamsungGalaxy A53 5G with its audio jack, integrated power supply and stronger aluminum unibody construction.
Source : Samsung, Google
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