Samsung is preparing to introduce a new M-series smartphone in the market. The Galaxy M53 5G just made an appearance on the Geekbench certification database. Some details of the upcoming 5G-ready smartphone have been revealed from the listing. Here’s everything we know about the new M series device.
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The Galaxy M53 5G has managed to score 726 points and 2168 points in the single-core test and multi-core test respectively. As you might have guessed, the device is a successor of Galaxy M52 5G. The Geekbench listing of the phone draws light on some key details, including processor, operating system, memory configuration, and more.
Samsung Galaxy M53 5G will bear the model number SM-M536B as per the listing. For software, the device will boost Android 12 OS out of the box. With this operating system, we can expect it to arrive with OneUI 4.0 layer on top.
Moreover, the listing confirms that the Galaxy M53 5G will power an octa-core MediaTek chipset under the hood. The processor is linked to the codename MT6877V/ZA. Reportedly, this could be the MediaTek Dimensity 900 5G SoC. Furthermore, there’s a 6 GB RAM variant on the database. However, we can expect the Galaxy M53 5G to arrive in an 8 GB variant as well.
Considering that the Galaxy M52 5G was worth ₹26,999 at the time of launch. The Galaxy M53 5G could retail for under ₹30,000.