The AMD Radeon RX 5300M is a dedicated mobile mid-range graphics card for laptops. It uses the new Navi 14 chip (RDNA architecture) which is produced in 7nm. Is supports fast and expensive GDDR6 VRAM and when using it, it should be faster than a GeForce GTX 1650 (according to leaked benchmarks from AMD).
The Navi 14 chip uses the new RDNA (Radeon DNA) microarchitecture which is a successor the the GCN instruction set. It features a new processor design, a multi-level cache hierarchy and an improved rendering pipeline with support for GDDR6 memory.
The performance should be around the GeForce GTX 1650 according to AMD. Therefore, it is most suited for medium to high detail settings in full HD for demanding games in 2019.
The RX5300M uses the same amount of compute cores as the faster 5500M but at a lower clock rate that leads to a lower TDP of the chip of 65 Watt (versus 85W of the 5500M).