Price of Samsung Galaxy A53 5G in India
Samsung Galaxy A53 5G is available in two versions in India. Both versions have 128 GB of memory. Its 6 GB RAM model costs Rs 34,499, while the 8 GB version costs Rs 35,999. Of the two models with more RAM, it seems to offer better value for money. The phone is available in four versions. These include light blue, Osm black and orange. I received its 8GB RAM light blue version for review.
Galaxy A53 5G design by Samsung
The design of the Samsung Galaxy A53 5G is based on the Galaxy A52s 5G and some elements can be seen from the recently released Galaxy S22 series. Overall, the design of the phone looks quite different and fresh. The middle frame of the phone is made of polycarbonate, but is wide and flat on the side, as seen on Galaxy S22 devices. The design of the Galaxy A52s 5G is taken in the back panel. It has a matte polycarbonate coating. The phone feels quite smooth and first class in the hand. Imprints or stains also do not fall easily on it. Its camera module appears to be mixed in the rear panel, but is slightly convex. This phone is a little thicker than the old model. The dimming given for the camera lens looks quite attractive.
On the line of the Galaxy A52s 5G, it also has a 6.5-inch Full HD Plus Super AMOLED display. It is flat and comes with Gorilla Glass 5 scratch protection. The left and right edges of the phone are thin, but the phone looks a bit thick at the top and bottom. The fingerprint scanner is also shown on the display. It works as expected and is reliable. I really liked the way Samsung mounts the handset to the display and the top frame, as it is almost invisible. Like the previous model, it received an IP67 rating for protection against dust and water.
Samsung Galaxy A53 Specifications and Software
Galaxy A53 5G has an Exynos 1280 processor. Samsung uses a Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G processor with Galaxy A52s in Galaxy A73 5G. Galaxy A53 5G has 5G, Wi-Fi ac, Bluetooth 5.1, NFC and the usual satellite navigation system. There is no 3.5 mm headphone jack in the headset. Also, this time there is no USB Type C audio adapter in the box. The phone has support for dual 5G standby mode. Comes with a hybrid tray with two SIM cards with support for up to 1TB microSD card.
Speaking of the interface, it offers Samsung’s One UI 3.1. It is based on Android 12 and will provide the best personalized Android experience. The theme changes the colors of the interface and application icons based on the selected home screen wallpaper. The phone also comes with a lot of inflating software, which also has a long list of Samsung applications. There are also applications from Microsoft and third parties. But you can remove most of them.
Samsung Galaxy A53 performance
Limiting the Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G SoC to the Galaxy A73 5G did not prove to be a lucrative deal for Samsung. Exynos 1280 SoC works well with regular use, but there was no significant difference in the comparison test. Galaxy A53 5G scored 498 points in a single-core Geekbench test and 1806 points in a multi-core test. The phone scored 3,72,582 points on AnTuTu. These results are only around smartphones with a price below this. This shows that the phone is less powerful than its price in this price segment. By comparison, the older Galaxy A52 scored 739 points in the single-core test and 2,733 points in the Geekbench multi-core test. In this respect, the old model is proving more powerful.
Speaking of graphics quality, Call of Duty: Mobile was only able to reach an environment where the frame rate was “Max”. The game was played over the phone, but there were delays between matches. The sampling rate of the display was also not particularly impressive. The game works best in the settings of “low” graphics and “medium” frame rate, which is disappointing for a premium smartphone. After the game Call of Duty: Mobile, I also felt the heat in the phone, but it had no effect on performance. Asphalt 9: Legends runs smoothly in the default settings.
The refresh rate of the display varies between 120Hz and 60Hz. During the testing period, I found that it stays at 120Hz even when browsing the web, streaming videos to Instagram or YouTube. Only when you use the camera app and play games did it reach 60Hz. The phone’s Super AMOLED display is quite bright. Its colors are saturated and shine brightly even in direct sunlight. It doesn’t support HDR, but the content looks good for video streaming, and the blacks also look deep. The sound of the stereo speakers is balanced and quite loud.
It has been proven to have a better battery life than its older model. It has a huge 5000 mAh battery. This HD video lasted 19 hours 44 minutes in the loop test, which is quite impressive. The phone lasts two full days under normal use, which is good. The company does not provide a charger in the phone case. I put my 61W USB PD charger in it. The phone supports 25W charging. It charged from zero to 100 percent in 1 hour 51 minutes, which is not bad, but not so fast compared to competitors.
Samsung Galaxy A53 5G camera
The cameras of Samsung Galaxy A53 5G are similar to the old model. At the back there is a 64-megapixel main camera, a 12-megapixel ultra-wide camera, a 5-megapixel macro camera and a 5-megapixel depth sensor. There is a 32-megapixel camera for the selfie. The camera app can be customized and there are many shortcuts in the viewfinder.
The photos taken in daylight were quite good and the dynamic range was also good with the details. Like the Galaxy A52s 5G, the colors in the photo were slightly oversaturated and a light blue tone was also visible. The macro camera is very useful, there were good details in the picture. The selfie camera’s portrait photos were also crisp and clear without lack of detail and dynamic range. The edge recognition was also pretty good.
The camera showed a decent dynamic range when shooting in low light in automatic mode, but I also saw some noise in it. At the same time, in Night Shot mode, the camera needed a second more to capture the frame. The photos became brighter, but the details were less. The standard night mode also took a few seconds to capture landscapes in low light, but the quality was decent. Even after turning on night mode, selfies taken in low light could be seen with blur and noise.
Its ultra-wide-angle camera takes good photos in daylight, but the photos look blurry and stretched at the edges. The photos in low light were of very poor quality and looked soft even at the best quality.
1080p videos, shot at 30 frames per second in daylight, record relatively steadily and the dynamic range was also good. The same frames were recorded at 60 frames per second with slight jitter. The videos shot in 4K were the best in detail, but they lacked stabilization. The quality of the video in low light has dropped a lot. 1080p videos, shot at 30 frames per second in low light, were blurred and had brilliant effects. The main camera struggled to focus at night.
The Samsung Galaxy A53 5G has a lot of potential, but loses in performance. This is due to its new processor. I think this processor was good for the mid-range Galaxy M33 5G (Rs 18,999) and not for a phone over Rs 35,000. The daylight performance of the phone is quite good. This is the only phone in this segment that comes with an IP67 rating. Galaxy A52s 5G (Review) provides better gaming performance, has a headphone jack and comes with a charger in the box. The phone is also at a lower price than the new model (32,499 Rs), which makes it a better option.
When it comes to competitors, the iQoo 9 SE (starting at Rs.33 990) gives it the most competition. We haven’t reviewed this phone yet, but it has a better Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 SoC and a 66W charger is available in the box. 8GB of RAM is available in its base version. If you want a pure Android experience, then you can look for Motorola’s Moto Edge 20 Pro, which comes with a Snapdragon 870 SoC and also has a 108-megapixel main camera.
OnePlus 10RT to come with 50MP camera, 120Hz display, seen here ahead of launch
According to the recent report, OnePlus 10RT may be launched in India soon. The smartphone is said to have been spotted on the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) certification database. Citing a tipster, the report gives information about some specifications of the smartphone. The OnePlus 10RT camera specifications were reported earlier with the same model number. The OnePlus 10RT may get a 50-megapixel primary sensor with a triple rear camera setup and a 16-megapixel front-facing selfie camera.
According to a report by 91Mobiles, a new OnePlus smartphone is likely to be launched in India soon. The smartphone has been spotted with model number CPH2413 as approved in the BIS India certification database. According to an earlier report by 91Mobiles, a new OnePlus smartphone is likely to be launched in India soon. The smartphone has been spotted with model number CPH2413 as approved in the BIS India certification database. A previous report suggested the same model number for the OnePlus 10RT.
OnePlus 10RT expected specifications
A report by 91Mobiles has shared some of the specifications of the OnePlus 10RT, citing tipster Mukul Sharma. For color options, this smartphone can be available in black and green color options. As a display, it can get an AMOLED display with a refresh rate of 120Hz. This triple rear camera setup is expected to come as a camera setup. As for the memory, it can be offered in two variants like 8GB RAM + 128GB internal storage and 12GB RAM + 256GB internal storage. As an operating system, it can run on OxygenOS 12 based on Android 12.
The previous report on the OnePlus 10RT said it will come with a 50-megapixel Sony IMX766 primary sensor with an f/1.88 aperture with an 84.4-degree field of view and optical image stabilization. It is said to have an 8-megapixel secondary camera with f/2.25 aperture and 119.7-degree field of view. The third rear camera on the OnePlus 10RT is expected to come with an f/2.4 macro lens along with a 2-megapixel lens. It is said to feature a 16-megapixel Samsung S5K3P9 camera with f/2.45 aperture, 82.3-degree field of view and EIS.
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iQoo Neo 6 Review: A Powerful Phone at a Reasonable Price!
iQOO Neo 6 Price in India
The iQoo Neo 6 is priced at Rs 29,999 in India, which comes with the 8GB RAM and 128GB storage model. Its top model comes with 12GB RAM and 256GB storage, which costs Rs 33,999. The iQoo Neo 6 can be purchased in Dark Nova and Cyber Rays colors.
iku neo 6 design
The iQoo Neo 6 phone is a rebranded model of the iQoo Neo 6 SE that was launched in China earlier this year. Neo 6 is a large smartphone in terms of dimensions and weighs 190 grams. The phone has a 6.62-inch AMOLED display with a punch-hole design at the top for the selfie camera. Display bezels are thin. The frame of the phone is made of plastic and is kept flat on top and bottom.
iQoo has added an IR (infrared) emitter that sits near the secondary microphone on the top. At the bottom there is a slot for a USB Type C port, a speaker and a SIM tray. The back panel is made of plastic with curved sides. The phone is quite comfortable to hold. Its right side is narrow and carries a thin power button and volume rocker.
The dark new color of the phone looks quite elegant. It has a gradient finish that shows a mixed shade of dark blue and bright blue. If you want a flashier phone, then you can also check out its Cyber Rage variant. The phone’s camera module will grab your attention. It has a two-tiered design on which the Neo branding is placed, which is seen separately.
The company has also provided a transparent case inside the phone box. The back panel has a matte finish, so fingerprints don’t fall off so easily. You also get a USB Type C to 3.5mm audio adapter, which is a good thing.
iQoo Neo 6 Specifications and Software
Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 SoC is provided in iQoo Neo 6 which is the most powerful processor for this price range. The Mi 11X competes directly with this phone, which has a similar chip. iQoo says it has included a liquid cooling system in the phone to keep the processor cool.
The Neo 6 has a Full HD Plus E4 AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate. It has a 360Hz touch sample rate that can go up to 1200Hz in some games. The display is also HDR10+ certified and its brightness is 800 nits. iQoo has also provided stereo speakers in the Neo 6, but the phone does not have an IP rating.
This iQoo phone supports Bluetooth 5.2, dual-band Wi-Fi, four 5G bands, dual 4G VoLTE and five satellite navigation systems. You don’t get NFC in this. iQoo Neo 6 has a 4700mAh battery and supports up to 80W fast charging. You also get a compatible charger in the box.
Talking about the software, it runs on Funtouch OS 12 which is based on Android 12. The company has promised two years of Android updates and 3 years of security updates with the phone. Its user interface is almost similar to Vivo X80 which I reviewed recently. Too bad I have the same experience with bloated software in this as well. Some applications may be uninstalled. The browser keeps sending spam notifications throughout the day which is quite annoying.
iQoo Neo 6 performance and battery life
iQoo Neo 6 has a powerful processor and there is no lag in the phone even with prolonged use. I had its 12GB variant on which I could multitask, switching between apps very comfortably. I didn’t see any apps reloading at any point. The phone has an extended RAM feature and can use up to 4GB of system memory as RAM.
I enjoyed watching videos on the phone’s AMOLED display. Stereo speakers make the experience even better. The refresh rate is high, so scrolling is smooth in apps and menus. The company has set the Smart Switch refresh rate as the default. It runs at 120Hz most of the time at this setting.
iQoo Neo 6 has an in-display fingerprint scanner which is quite reliable and never gets damaged during use. FaceUnlock also works in a similar way. The phone scored well in benchmarks. Its AnTuTu score is higher than the OnePlus Nord 2 with 729,331 points. In Geekbench 5, it scored 983 and 3074 points in single and multi-core. In the GFXBench graph, it scored 50fps in the Car Chase test. Users who want good performance, this phone will not disappoint in terms of results.
I played Call of Duty: Mobile on it, which by default was running on very high graphics and had the frame rate set to high by default. I played the game for 20 minutes in which the battery dropped by 5%. The phone didn’t heat up, which explains its liquid cooling capability.
I loved the battery performance of this phone and it lasted comfortably for one and a half days. In the HD video cycle test, the phone lasted 21 hours and 17 minutes, which is quite impressive. Its 80W fast charger charged the phone 83% in 30 minutes and the phone was fully charged within 50 minutes.
iQOO Neo 6K camera
The iQoo Neo 6 features a triple camera setup that includes a 64-megapixel primary lens with OIS, an 8-megapixel ultra-wide lens with a 116-degree field of view, and a 2-megapixel macro camera. For selfies, there is a 16-megapixel camera. The camera app is very easy to use and looks similar to the Vivo X80 app. The main camera takes 16-megapixel photos by default, but you can click full-resolution photos if needed.
His daylight landscape photos were accompanied by detail and subjects were easily recognizable even from a distance. Words written on distant buildings can also be read. AI optimization is available in the phone which improves the contrast in the output. The ultra-wide camera has a wider field of view and gets the same color profile as the main camera.
The phone takes close-up photos with clear and full details. This creates a natural bokeh effect between the background and the subject. Edge detection was good in portrait mode. The macro camera also captured extremely close-up shots.
The phone proved to be very fast when shooting a low-light scene, for which it held the shutter open for a long time. Thanks to this, the image was captured with a clear and detailed picture. In very dark areas, the phone itself suggested switching to night mode.
The phone’s sensor captures the selfie in full resolution. The app adds a beautification filter by default, but it can also be adjusted or disabled if needed. In daylight, the skin tone is accurate to the photo. In low light, the screen flash is activated automatically for better results. Edge detection was good in selfies taken in portrait mode and the level of background blur was also adequate.
Its primary rear camera can shoot 4K video at 60 frames per second. Its selfie camera can also shoot videos at this resolution and frame rate, which is rare. Footage was fairly stable in daylight, but motion in low light was a bit shaky. The camera app has a dual video mode so that the main and selfie cameras can record videos at the same time.
If you are looking for a 30k budget smartphone then you can keep this phone high on your list. The phone’s performance is pretty good, as you’d expect from a device with a Qualcomm chip. The promise of Android and security updates makes it future proof. In my opinion, its base 8GB variant seems better value for money.
I don’t have many complaints about it other than the pre-installed bloatware on the phone. If you pick up the phone for video recording purposes, then be aware that it doesn’t perform as well in low light.
If you want pure software, you can look at the Motorola Edge 30. If you can’t compromise on performance, go for the Mi 11X and OnePlus Nord 2, which are good alternatives in the same price range.
Nokia G11 Plus budget Android smartphone introduced with 50MP camera
HMD Global introduced its budget Android smartphone to the market a few months ago under the name Nokia G11. The company has sold millions of smartphones so far. Now the company has announced the new model of this smartphone, Nokia G11 Plus. However, the addition of the Plus to this Nokia smartphone isn’t really an upgrade over the original model when it comes to specs.
Nokia G11 Plus features and specifications
Talking about the features and specifications, the Nokia G11 Plus features a 6.5-inch HD+ display with a screen resolution of 720 x 1600 pixels. Talking about the processor, the company has not yet said which processor is in this phone, but it could be the 1.6GHz octa-core Unisoc T606 SoC.
In terms of storage, the smartphone packs 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage along with a microSD card slot that supports expandable storage up to 512GB. Talking about the camera setup, a dual camera setup is given on the rear side of the smartphone which houses a 50-megapixel primary camera and a 2-megapixel secondary camera. At the same time, an 8-megapixel camera is placed on the front of this smartphone for selfies and video calls.
Talking about the operating system, this smartphone runs on the out-of-the-box Android 12 operating system. The company has confirmed that this phone will get the operating system upgrade for 2 years and security update for 3 years. Talking about battery backup, it will get a 4000 mAh battery. Talking about the color option, this smartphone comes in two color options like Charcoal Gray and Lake Blue.
Talking about the price, as of now the company has not revealed the price of Nokia G11 Plus but the price of this smartphone is expected to be around $150 ie. around Rs 11,842 in Indian currency. Speaking of availability, it will soon be available for purchase in select regions.
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