Galaxy A53 and A33 size comparison vs Galaxy S21 FE and A52
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Samsung just announced what will undoubtedly turn out to be its most popular phone pair in this year, the 2022 Galaxy A53 and Galaxy A33 models. Sporting a brand new 5nm Exynos 1280 chipset and laden with high-res main cameras, the phones are also equipped with huge 5000mAh batteries that will keep you running for a weekend on end.
When it comes to the design, Samsung is again using plastic for the Galaxy A53 and A33 bodies, but instead of the glossy fusion it calls Glasstic, the finish is now matte, while the colors are more pastel and subtle.
Moreover, the Galaxy A53 is actually slightly more compact than its predecessor, the A52. Despite having the same screen diagonal as the A52, it is a tad narrower, hence would be more comfortable to use with one hand. It is also thinner and more elegant looking. Ditto for the A33 which is almost the same size and only the fraction shorter display diagonal makes it less wide than its A53 sibling.
It is also a couple of Benjamins more expensive, though, while the Galaxy A53 doesn’t look like a sub-$500 to begin with in terms of design, so to each their own.