Blackview has just unveiled its latest addition to its A-series of low-cost smartphones, the Blackview A53 Pro. The phone is powered by a MediaTek Helio G35 chipset, has 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. It also has an expandable storage using a dedicated slot.
The phone features a standard-sized screen, measuring 6.5 inches diagonally with a resolution of 720 x 1600 pixels and a pixel density of 270 ppi. The screen lacks an increased refresh rate, which is becoming increasingly common in modern smartphones.
The Blackview A53 Pro is equipped with a 5080 mAh battery, which is a standard size for most smartphones. However, the phone only supports slow charging at 10 watts.
In terms of cameras, the phone has an 8 MP front-facing camera and a 12 MP rear-facing camera. The rear camera appears to be triple-lens, but the specification does not indicate the type of auxiliary modules present. The main camera sensor is an outdated Sony IMX363.
The phone is also equipped with a side-mounted fingerprint scanner, Type-C port, and dual-band Wi-Fi. However, it does not feature NFC technology.
The Blackview A53 Pro is currently available for purchase on the Blackview store on AliExpress at a price of $93.79. The start of sales for the device is yet to be announced.
Overall, the Blackview A53 Pro is a budget smartphone with standard features and a competitive price point. It offers a considerable amount of memory for a low-cost device and a standard-sized screen, making it a good option for those on a budget who do not require the latest technology.