Samsung Electronics has disclosed affordable Galaxy A series smartphones, which it said would be very cost-efficient. Photo courtesy of Samsung Electronics

Samsung launches Galaxy A series models

South Korea’s Samsung Electronics announced on March 17 that it had introduced Galaxy A53 5G and Galaxy A33 5G to deliver a complete package of the latest Galaxy innovations.

The Seoul-based outfit said that the affordable devices would offer a holistic mobile experience at a great value.

The tech giant said that they would be powered by a new processor, coupled with Galaxy’s signature AI camera, expansive display, and two-day battery life.

“We believe everyone deserves the opportunity to experience the positive impact mobile technology can have on their lives,” Samsung President Roh Tae-moon said.

“With the latest Galaxy A series release, we’re making it easier than ever to enjoy Galaxy’s advanced, innovative mobile experience at a great value.”

In particular, Samsung said that the new gadgets would be very cost-efficient.

“Fueled by a brand new 5nm processor, the new Galaxy A series’ innovative AI-powered camera makes every image look awesome — even in low lighting,” a Samsung official said.

“Improved Night mode automatically synthesizes up to 12 images at once, so night photos look bright, with less noise. And when shooting video in low-light environments, the Galaxy A series’ framerate is automatically adjusted to create bright, clear videos.”

Samsung Electronics is the world’s largest manufacturer of mobile phones, memory chips, and flat-panel displays.