23 December 2022
Well-known smartphone vendor, Samsung, recently simultaneously released two of its newest HP variants from the A-series line, namely the Samsung Galaxy A73 5G and Samsung Galaxy A53 5G in mid-March 2022. These two smartphone series carry a number of features and specifications that can be said to be very identical.
Not only that, both of them have selling prices that are only adrift at Rp. 1 million. So, which series is more appropriate to use? Check out the following smartphone comparison reviews between the Samsung Galaxy A73 5G and the Samsung Galaxy A53 5G, come on!
1. The body design both carries different color choices
In terms of design, both the Samsung Galaxy A73 5G and the Samsung Galaxy A53 5G have a similar body appearance. Both of these 5G smartphones look elegant with a super-thin bezel surface and display a camera frame that looks so premium.
The Samsung Galaxy A73 5G series offers three attractive color options, including awesome mint, awesome gray and awesome white. Meanwhile, the Samsung Galaxy A53 5G provides four color choices at once, including awesome peach, awesome blue, awesome black, and also awesome white.
2. Both screens are equipped with Super AMOLED features
Continuing on to the screen display section, the Galaxy A73 5G series is equipped with a Super AMOLED Plus panel with the Infinity-O concept with an area of 6.7 inches and supports FHD Plus resolution. In addition, the panel used by the Samsung Galaxy A73 5G is also able to display visuals that are comfortable on the eyes thanks to the support for Eye Comfort Shield technology and a high refresh rate of 120Hz.
Meanwhile, the Galaxy A53 5G series itself carries an Infinity-O Display panel of the 6.5-inch Super AMOLED type with a resolution of 1080 × 2400p and has a high refresh rate of 120Hz. Moreover, the screen used by the Samsung Galaxy A53 5G is also equipped with Eye Comfort Shield technology or a feature that protects the eyes from reflected blue light.
3. The Galaxy A53 series is equipped with an Exynos 1280 chipset, while the Galaxy A73 has a Snapdragon 778G
For performance, the Samsung Galaxy A73 5G is armed with a powerful processor made by Qualcomm, namely the Snapdragon 778G 5G which is made using a 6nm fabrication process. The processor is paired with 8GB of built-in RAM and 256GB of ROM and supports 8GB plus RAM features and a micro-SD slot up to 1TB.
Unlike the case with the Galaxy A53 5G. This series actually relies on a chipset made by Samsung itself, namely the Exynos 1280 5nm fabrication combined with 8GB RAM and two 128GB/256GB internal storage options. Not only the Galaxy A73 5G, the Galaxy A53 5G series is also supported by 8GB plus RAM technology and supports a micro-SD slot with a maximum storage capacity of up to 1TB.
4. Both are equipped with a four-camera setup
Turning to the camera sector, the Samsung Galaxy A73 5G has four rear cameras and one front camera. Each of these lenses consists of a 108MP main camera, a 12MP ultra-wide camera, a 5MP macro camera, a 5MP depth sensor camera and a 32MP selfie camera.
As if you don't want to be outdone, the Samsung Galaxy A53 5G also offers a four-lens setup on the back side and one lens on the front, including a 64MP main camera, 12MP ultra-wide camera, 5MP depth camera, 5MP macro camera, and a selfie camera lens. 32MP resolution.
5. Battery life as well as price. The Samsung Galaxy A73 5G is slightly more expensive
In order to further maximize performance, both the Samsung Galaxy A73 5G and the Samsung Galaxy A53 5G are both supported by a jumbo battery which is claimed to last for two days of use through a 5000mAh battery capacity.
As for the price tag itself, the Samsung Galaxy A73 5G series with an 8/256GB memory configuration sells for IDR 7.8 million. Meanwhile, the Galaxy A53 5G series with the same memory configuration costs around IDR 6.3 million.