Following its recent global debut, the Samsung Galaxy M53 smartphone has been officially confirmed to launch in India later this month. Earlier this month, the South Korean tech giant unveiled a new mid-range smartphone dubbed the Galaxy M53 5G for the global market. Now, Samsung is prepping to launch the Galaxy M53 5G smartphone in India as well. According to the company, the Samsung Galaxy M53 5G will launch in India on April 22. Moreover, those interested in getting their hands on the new M-series phone can place their orders through Amazon, and Samsung India websites.
Furthermore, a dedicated microsite for the Samsung Galaxy M53 5G has gone live on Amazon India. As expected, the teaser page sheds some light on the handset’s key features. Notably, the Galaxy M53 5G bears a striking resemblance to the Galaxy M33 5G, which launched in India on April 2. One of the most notable features of the M53 5G is the impressive 108MP rear camera setup. Aside from this, the phone packs a powerful MediaTek Dimensity 900 processor. The phone’s sAMOLED+ panel delivers a 120Hz refresh rate.
Samsung Galaxy M53 5G India Launch Date, Availability & Specs
The teaser poster of the Galaxy M53 5G confirms that the handset will launch in India on April 22, at 12 PM (noon). Moreover, the handset will support a segment-only Auto data switching feature. The device will be available in two color options including Blue and Green. The 5G-ready phone sports a 6.7-inch sAMOLED panel that offers a 120Hz refresh rate, and FHD+ resolution. Furthermore, the screen has a cutout in the center to accommodate the selfie camera. There’s a 32MP snapper for capturing crisp selfies and video calls.
Aside from this, the phone houses a 108MP main camera, an 8MP ultra-wide angle sensor, a 2MP depth sensor, and a 2MP macro camera on the back. The Galaxy M53 5G has a MediaTek Dimensity 900 processor, paired with 8GB of RAM. Moreover, the phone ships with 128GB of onboard storage capacity. This processor has an integrated Mali G68 GPU. The phone draws its juices from a robust 5000mAh battery. This cell supports 25W fast charging through a USB Type-C charging port. On the downside, Samsung isn’t likely to include a charger in the retail box.
To recall, the company doesn’t ship the charging brick with its mid-range Galaxy devices. Lastly, the Galaxy M53 5G runs Android 12 OS with OneUI 4.1 on top. More details about the Indian variant are likely to surface during the April 22 launch event.