The Samsung Galaxy A53 5G, one of the greatest mid-range phones on the market this holiday season, was released in March with a silky smooth 120Hz Super AMOLED screen and Android 12-based One UI 4.1 software out of the box.
However, A53 5G owners in at least a few European areas are allegedly getting the update right now, which makes the already-affordable handset much better (barring a massive Black Friday 2022 discount, of course).
Surprisingly, it appears that Samsung has just begun rolling out its official Android 13 update, this time ignoring the cutting-edge Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Z Flip 4 in favor of the company’s more frugal customers.
The Galaxy A53 is a mid-range device with 5G connectivity, joining the ranks of flagship devices like the Galaxy S22, S22+, S22 Ultra, S21, S21+, S21 Ultra, S20, S20+, S20 Ultra, Note 20, and Note 20 Ultra, and rival devices like the OnePlus 10 Pro and Sony Xperia XZ4 Compact.
With an Exynos 1280 processor and an all-plastic body, we are looking at the most basic (and cheapest) non-Google Pixel device to receive a stable Android 13 makeover to date, further solidifying Samsung’s position as the undisputed ruler of the mobile industry’s software support market (Apple and Google notwithstanding).
Even though the initial distribution of Android 13 with One UI 5 is just getting underway and is said to be limited to specific regions on the old continent, Samsung still has plenty of time to get the update to the United States (and the rest of the world) before the holidays.
Weighing in at almost 2GB, the newest update definitely offers a lot of useful improvements, UI tweaks, performance enhancements, and add-ons, however, it curiously continues to use the “old” October 2022 security patch.
Consider the relatively reasonable $450 list price of an unlocked Samsung Galaxy A53 5G in the United States, which has lately dropped to $350 and may well drop much further come Black Friday later this month, and you won’t have a hard time swallowing that.
Samsung's Galaxy A series phones have begun receiving the stable Android 13 updatehttps://t.co/bf1SlWMYTV
— Android Central (@androidcentral) November 10, 2022
People also ask
When will Android 13.1 be compatible with what phones?
To which devices will Android 13.1 be rolled out? Long-term software support from Google ensures that the Pixel 6 Pro, Pixel 6, Pixel 5a 5G, Pixel 4, Pixel 4XL, Pixel 5, and Pixel 5XL will all be able to run Android 13.
Will Samsung release an A53?
After the debut of the Samsung Galaxy A13 on March 25, 2022, Samsung quickly followed up with the introduction of the Samsung Galaxy A53 5G on March 31. You can always find the newest Samsung models in our extensive selection of mobile phones.
My phone isn’t compatible with Android 12, what can I do?
Open the Settings menu to begin the upgrade to Android 13. If the Settings app is not already visible on your home screen, you can open it by swiping up from the bottom of the screen to reveal your app drawer. After that, go to the menu and select System > System Update.
Does it make sense to purchase a Samsung Galaxy A53?
The Samsung Galaxy A53 5G is a terrific option for Samsung users, but anyone who has the budget to shop around should go elsewhere.
When will support for A53 end?
This year, Samsung also introduced the Galaxy A33 5G and the Galaxy A73 5G. All three smartphones launched with Android 12, and they are all guaranteed to receive four major Android OS updates and up to five years’ worth of security patches.
Among the two models, the A32 or the A53, which one is superior?
The resolution of the Samsung Galaxy A53 5G’s 64 MP Quad Rear Camera is superior to that of the Samsung Galaxy A32 5G’s 48 MP Quad Rear Camera. If you plan on taking a lot of selfies, the 32 MP Front Camera on the Samsung Galaxy A53 5G is a significant upgrade over the 13 MP Front Camera on the Samsung Galaxy A32 5G.
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