Samsung Galaxy A53 5G is costlier than Redmi K50 Pro in China. The latest mid-ranger model from Samsung was first launched worldwide last week. The Chinese version of the handset is equipped with the same specifications similar to the model that was released in other countries.
It is available to pre-order in China. It will be available for purchase at the following price in China starting April 1st. The phone is available in Awesome Blue, Awesome Black, Awesome White, or Awesome Peach colors. Customers who order in advance will receive Samsung Online Store credits to purchase Galaxy Buds2 Galaxy Buds2 at a discounted cost of 449 dollars ($71) as well as a discount coupon to purchase the original case made of silicone for the phone (limited to 6,000 customers).
At the price that is being offered for the handset, it’s worth the money. Galaxy A53 5G offers way lower than other handsets from China. Users can buy an upgrade to the Redmi K50 Pro with much superior hardware and save dollars.
Samsung Galaxy A53 5G is costlier than Redmi K50 Pro in China
The Redmi phone costs 2,999 ($471) 3,299 ($518) and 3999 ($628) to get 8GB plus 128GB 8GB + 256GB, and 12GB + 512GB configurations, respectively. But, there are two things to make the Samsung device stand out.
- 8GB + 128GB – ¥3,399 ($534)
- 8GB + 256GB – ¥3,699 ($581)
It’s the only mid-range Android smartphone that offers four years of guarantee OS updates, and five year updates for security. Additionally, it is one of the few smartphones to have the IP67 rating for water and dust resistance in the price range.
However, these features do not make sense for Chinese buyers who are and spec. What do you think of pricing for the Galaxy A53 5G’s pricing in China?