Samsung Shows Us Why A Is For Awesome

Samsung Shows Us Why A Is For Awesome

World, meet the Samsung Galaxy A53 5G, Galaxy A33 5G and Galaxy A73 5G



In an era where connectivity is of utmost importance, tech giants like Samsung continue to bring new devices that help us on a daily. Not only for keeping tabs on our favorite things and loved ones but also for providing phones that aid us in doing work and play. Samsung recognizes that the most fun, sleekest and best-performing smartphones don’t need to be out of reach. So if you’re looking for the best match and next best upgrade, look no further.


Enter: Samsung’s newest Galaxy A series.



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Up ahead, we give you the lowdown on the newest Galaxy A series phones from Samsung built to keep you awesome.


Snap Away and Get Awesome Shots

One of the most significant factors that could affect a phone purchase is the camera. We live in a world where photos are easy and convenient. Creating content and even capturing important reminders are just a snap away. So Samsung upgraded the newest Galaxy A series with a 5nm processor to fuel the new AI-powered cameras. As a result, images will come out clear despite being shot in low light. In addition, Samsung’s new and improved Night Mode combines 12 photos at once to keep photos gleaming bright. 


The Galaxy A53 5G boasts a quad-camera system that includes a 64MP OIS Camera that uses VDIS technology to take crisp and steady shots. Shoot selfies and take video calls in high quality with the help of the high-resolution 32MP front camera. 


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Left to Right: Samsung Galaxy A33 5G, Samsung Galaxy A53 5G


While we are (admittedly) glued to our phones wherever we go, a subpar screen display ruins that experience. But, at least with the newest Samsung Galaxy A phones, that chance has greatly lessened. The Galaxy A53 5G is equipped with an expansive 6.5-inch 3 Super AMOLED display, while the Galaxy A33 5G comes in slightly smaller with a 6.4-inch 4 Super AMOLED display. In addition, the phones’ intelligent algorithm can detect the external conditions to bring forth only the best and most vivid displays even while you’re out on a bright, sunny day.


But what’s a good camera and HD screen for if the battery gives out after a few hours? After all, faster, better and brighter specs require more power to pull through. So expect a two-day battery life (5000 mAh) out of the newest Galaxy A series phones, which you can recharge in a snap thanks to its 25-watt Super Fast Charging. This batch of phones can also support 5G connectivity to accommodate speedy connections.


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Stylish, Durable and Sustainable


Left to Right: Samsung Galaxy A33 5G, Samsung Galaxy A53 5G


Now that smartphones also complete the ‘fit, Samsung designed the Samsung Galaxy A53 5G and the Galaxy A33 5G to make them fashionable and durable. Both units come in four colorways: Awesome Black, Awesome White, Awesome Blue and Awesome Peach. Built with tough Corning® Gorilla® Glass 5 and IP67-certified water and dust resistance, these phones can brave accidents while staying sleek.


But durability and sustainability don’t end with the designs. Samsung is committed to making actual moves towards making sound environmental decisions. Part of this would be excluding the charger plug from the box and the reduced packaging size. A caveat for some, but that means you can immediately shoot for the 25-watt super fast wall charger. The Galaxy A53 5G also promises up to four generations of Android OS, security and software updates so users can maximize the longevity of this smartphone. So there is no need to worry about upgrading immediately to keep up with the times.


Connect Immediately and Safely

Samsung brought their A-game while developing the newest Galaxy A series. First, keep your data secure with Samsung Knox, the defense-grade security system of the latest Galaxy A devices. Then, store important files with Secure Folder, an encrypted digital safe, and send files with Private Share, where users can control who can access what. Private Share comes with another layer of security: a time limit for access to ensure stricter access. Lastly, travel hands-free with Samsung Wallet, a central digital storage place for cards, IDs and boarding passes.


The brand also considered the need for a harmonious ecosystem, hence the easy connectivity among different Galaxy devices. For Galaxy Buds users, this new batch of phones can immediately detect and switch connections anytime. Meanwhile, the Link to Windows function lets users connect to a Windows PC to transfer files and answer calls and texts. That’s what you call seamlessly switching between work and play.


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Now that you got to know the newest Samsung Galaxy A phones, perhaps you’re already considering an upgrade. The Galaxy A53 5G drops online and in Samsung stores on April 1, with a starting price of P23,490. Meanwhile, the Samsung Galaxy A33 5G arrives on April 22, with a P19,990.



For more information on the newest Samsung drops, go to their official store.



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