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Samsung Galaxy M53 5G: Leaked pricing suggests that there will be two memory configurations

The Galaxy M53 5G will be available in three colours. (Image source: Samsung)
The Galaxy M53 5G will be available in three colours. (Image source: Samsung)
Samsung has presented the Galaxy M53 5G, but without revealing how much the handset will cost. Now, third parties have filled the void, and may have confirmed a second memory configuration in the process.

Last week, Samsung announced the Galaxy M53 5G, a smartphone that borrows a few specifications from the Galaxy A73. As has been the case with Samsung's mid-range releases of late, the company elected against revealing how much the Galaxy M53 5G should cost, nor what chipset powers it. Thankfully, there is now some clarity about how much the Galaxy M53 5G will retail for, albeit not from Samsung.

According to Geizhals, a retailer briefly listed the Galaxy M53 5G for €469 with 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB, the only memory configuration Samsung mentions on its website. Conversely, @Sudhanshu1414 states that the Galaxy M53 5G will be available for €519, although he has not provided a source for this information. However, @Sudhanshu1414 refers to an 8 GB of RAM of SKU, which may explain the price discrepancy.

Unfortunately, it remains to be seen when Samsung will start selling the Galaxy M53 5G and in which countries. Regardless, the handset should arrive with a Dimensity 900 SoC, a 6.7-inch Super AMOLED Plus with a 120 Hz refresh rate and a 5,000 mAh battery. Moreover, Samsung has equipped the Galaxy M53 5G with a 108 MP camera, seemingly the same sensor as the one found in the Galaxy A73.  

(Image source: Samsung)
(Image source: Samsung)
(Image source: Samsung)
(Image source: Samsung)
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Alex Alderson, 2022-04-13 (Update: 2022-04-13)