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The Moto G53 has nothing ground-breaking, but it does have rock-solid features for the intermediate price bracket. The smartphone naturally begs the question: What display resolution will be current in 2023?
The Motorola Moto G53 receives high marks for its lengthy runtimes and extensive equipment in our in-depth assessment. A dual SIM feature, an NFC chip for contactless payments, USB OTG, and an audio port for analog headphones are all built into the midrange smartphone. Stereo speakers with a broad variety of Bluetooth codecs, such as LDAC, LHDC, aptX HD, and aptX Adaptive, are also present.
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Although the 6.5-inch panel offers a high refresh rate of 120 Hz, our assessment finds that it falls short of expectations. The Moto G53 replaces the high-contrast, 1080p OLED display of the predecessor with an IPS panel with a low pixel density of 269 ppi and the flaws common to LCDs (shading, uneven lighting at the edges, gray haze). The Moto G53 has lower maximum brightness and consistent display illumination in addition to lower display resolution.
The Moto G53’s proprietary MyUX interface, which adds to Android version 13 from Google, is one of its strengths. The maker states that security fixes will be provided until January 2026 at intervals of every two months, which is excellent news for the middle class’s ability to afford them. Together with the hardware and software security measures included in ThinkShield for Mobile, the Moto G53 also has the brand-new Moto Secure app, which gives users access to privacy controls, security capabilities, and the ability to hide apps or files in a safe folder. Sensitive programs can also be concealed using unobtrusive app icons and alternative names.