The Samsung Galaxy M53 5G arrives in Europe at a cheaper than expected price while undercutting the Galaxy A53 5G
Nearly three weeks have passed since Samsung introduced the Galaxy M53 5G, another mid-range smartphone by the company. However, Samsung is still yet to provide information about how much the handset should cost, a theme common across its recent Galaxy A and Galaxy M releases. Earlier this month, two leaks suggested that Samsung would sell the Galaxy M53 5G for at least €469, but that no longer appears to be the case.
Instead, Amazon Germany has listed the Galaxy M53 5G for just €419. As far as we can tell, the listing if official, seeing as Amazon will be selling and fulfilling it. As the image below shows, the price includes VAT and makes the Galaxy M53 5G slightly cheaper than the Galaxy A53 5G. For reference, the Galaxy A53 5G retails for €449 with 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage.
To recap, the Galaxy M53 5G has a 6.7-inch Super AMOLED Plus display that operates at 1080p and 120 Hz. Also, the handset relies on the MediaTek Dimensity 900 chipset, plus the same memory configuration as the Galaxy A53 5G. The Galaxy M53 5G shares its cameras with the Galaxy A73 5G too, although its 108 MP primary sensor lacks OIS. Currently, the Galaxy M53 5G is orderable in Blue and Brown colour options; Khaki Green is out of stock at the time of writing. According to Amazon Germany, Galaxy M53 5G orders should begin shipping on April 29.