Motorola Moto G53 in for review
We just got our hands on the Motorola Moto G53, so let’s do an unboxing.
The Moto G53 comes in a simple box with a 10W charger and a USB cable – great for the environment. However, you should buy a case if you are the clumsy type.
The Motorola Moto G53 is a capable phone. It packs an 8nm Snapdragon 480+ chipset which enables 5G – a major upgrade over the Moto G52. But in terms of performance, the SoC is a notch below the 6nm Snapdragon 680 from the G52. The comparison remains unfavorable for the sequel elsewhere as well.
The screen is a step down from the G52 – now a 6.5-inch 720x1600px LCD compared to a 6.6-inch 1080p AMOLED panel. On the plus side, the Moto G53’s screen refreshes faster at 120Hz.
The 5,000 mAh battery tops out at 10W charging, while the previous phone supported 30W.
The Motorola Moto G53 costs €250 at the time of this article. The bad thing is that its predecessor is still on the market and sells for around €210. But maybe it performs better in real life and justifies the difference?
Stay tuned for our full review to find out!