This week Samsung held its Galaxy A event where it announced two new Galaxy A devices. Last month, Samsung announced its Galaxy S22 lineup of flagship devices, and this time around, Samsung announced its more affordable Galaxy A53 and A33 smartphones. You can read my review of the Galaxy S22 Ultra here and the Galaxy S22 here.
What impressed me the most about Samsung’s Galaxy A devices is that Samsung is offering many premium experiences that have previously been left to the flagship devices. These premium experiences primarily come from Samsung’s One UI 4 and features that Samsung has made standard in all its smartphone devices.
The Galaxy A Event was very kid-centric in presentation, and although the Galaxy A53 and A33 are great first phones for kids, I believe the Galaxy A53 and A33 have many benefits for business. Let’s take a look at the Samsung Galaxy A53and what both devices have to offer for businesses.
Design and display
The Galaxy A53 does not resemble a budget-friendly device. It resembles its flagship siblings, the Galaxy S devices, with its hole-punch display and camera cutout design. It has slim bezels and rounded edges for what looks like a similar handle to the Galaxy S22. The Galaxy A53 id IP67 rated, being water-resistant in up to 5 feet of water for 30 minutes. The IP67 rating means that it is the highest-rated on a scale from 0 to 6 for solid particle protection and the third-highest rating for liquid particle protection. Samsung has always been great at making durable devices, and IP ratings remind me of Samsung Active series back in the day that Galaxy devices were made to be durable. Nowadays, all most Samsung devices have IP ratings that are good for workflows that consistently encounter mother nature. The Galaxy A53 is a durable device without compromising on its making it an inclusive business companion.
I am also impressed with the amount of quality Samsung put in the Galaxy A53 display. It has a 6.5-inch 120Hz Infinity-O FHD+ Super AMOLED display. To put into perspective the quality of this display, the Galaxy S22 and S22+ have FHD+ displays, although they are Dynamic AMOLED 2X, and the Galaxy S22+ has a 6.6inch display. In…