Galaxy A53 5G, a story of security and privacy – Samsung Newsroom UK

How the Galaxy A53 5G secures your mobile experience.

Connect securely wherever you are

You’re in a cafe and you want to connect to their Wi-Fi. But you also want to be extra careful: make sure it’s secure. This is where Wi-Fi Secure Mode comes in.[1] of your Galaxy A53 5G. When enabled, it encrypts your Wi-Fi internet traffic and helps prevent your device from being tracked against your will. You can also track your use of Secure Wi-Fi at any time by checking your protection activity.


Share what you want, privately

You want to send something private to your friend, but you don’t want to risk anyone else seeing it. that’s where it comes in Private sharing[2]. Encrypt your photo, video or file so you can choose exactly who can see it and for how long, so you don’t have to worry about it getting into the wrong hands.


Samsung Galaxy, your secure space

Suppose you take a photo of your credit card or ID and want to store it securely on your phone. You can keep them safe with Secure Folder of the Galaxy A53 5G. It’s extremely reliable thanks to Samsung Knox, and you can even set your own lock types like PIN, pattern, password, and fingerprint. Nice and easy!


Out of your sight, not out of your hands

Later that same day, you return home. But you can’t find your phone anywhere. Nothing happens, you can easily locate it by entering find my mobile[3] by pc. It helps you find your phone’s location even when it’s offline. Ah, looks like you left your phone at the store. Don’t worry, you can lock it so no one can access it until you pick it up.


[1] Secure Wi-Fi is available for free up to 250MB for all Galaxy users who have access to the service and up to 1024MB per month for users running Android 12 S operating system. Users can choose to upgrade their plan at any time for additional and enhanced protections. Availability of Secure Wi-Fi may vary by country or carrier, and its connectivity is subject to the applicable network environment. Some apps or websites may not work over a secure Wi-Fi connection.

[2] Private Share requires the sender and receiver to have the Private Share app and Galaxy mobile devices such as phones and tablets running Android 9 Pie or later and PCs with a Trusted Platform Module (TPM) and Windows 10 and later. Private Sharing can be used to send the following files to other Galaxy users: image (.jpg, .jpeg, .png, .gif, .bmp, .webp, .heic, .heif, .dng), video ( .webm, .mp4, .3gp, .mkv, .mov), Audio (.mp3, .wav, .ogg, .m4a) and Text (.txt, .pdf). The number, capacity, and expiration date of files, as well as the number of concurrent files sent through the private share may be limited.

[3] A device is “offline” when it is disconnected from a Wi-Fi or mobile network. The location of the lost device found with “Find My Mobile” is the approximate location where the signal of the lost device was detected, and is subject to the network environment and the condition of the mobile device. . Requires “Find My Mobile” activation, “Remote Unlock” activation for remote control function, “Offline Search” activation for offline search support and Samsung account login. Visit for more information.

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