Samsung's latest event has finally given us a glimpse at the long awaited new Galaxy A-series, and from what we've seen, we're certainly not disappointed.
Here's our quick breakdown of what the A53 and A33 are bringing to the table, including when you can get your hands on it.
Samsung Galaxy A53 and A33 - Key Features
So let's take a look at everything we know so far about the two new phones from Samsung.
The Samsung A53 has a 6.5" FHD+ Super AMOLED 120Hz Infinity-O display, while the A33 has a slightly smaller 6.4" display with 90hz.
Similarly to the S22, it looks like the A53 and A33 have improved their displays to work in bright light too. Thanks to a new brightness algorithm, now even dark images should be more visible when viewing outside.
When it comes to the camera, you're getting a quad camera setup, with a ton of features including enhanced night-time shooting, improved optical stabilisation, and even AI that optimises frame rates when shooting video in low light conditions.
There's also the inclusion of Magic Eraser, plus an improved portrait mode that looks to keep the focus squarely on the subject, which is real win.
On top of that, it also features a built in stereo speaker with dolby atmos. We don't know yet how powerful the speaker will be, but we imagine it'll be good enough to consume content on the go.
And speaking of on the go, this phone is IP67 rated for water and dust resistance, meaning you can rest easy when you find yourself in the elements or accidentally dropping it.
When it comes to the specs themselves they both feature a 5nm Octa core processor with extra virtual memory for RAM boost, plus a whopping two day battery life (5000 mAh) to boot.
Samsung Galaxy A53 and A33 Release Date
The Samsung Galaxy A53 is set for release on April 1st, with pre-orders going live on March 17th.
The Samsung Galaxy A33 is set for release on April 22nd. The product page hasn't gone up just yet, so we'll have to hang tight for pre-orders.
Samsung Galaxy A53 and A33 Price
The Samsung Galaxy A33 comes in at €369, with the A53 listed at £399.
Both, as expected, make for worthy contenders for this year's best midrange phones list, and we can't wait to get our hand on to test them for ourselves.