Samsung introduced the Galaxy A52 in March this year and, like its predecessor, was quite well received in multiple markets. Samsung continued to refresh mid-cycle in the Galaxy A52s 5G, which brought a much faster chipset and support for faster charging. Although we don’t expect Samsung to launch Galaxy A53 by the following year, leaked phone renderings had appeared online.
OnLeaks and Digit shared the high-quality renderings of the Galaxy A53, giving us a first look at the overall design of the phone. As you can see in the gallery attached below, the Galaxy A53 is very similar to the Galaxy A52. But a closer look reveals that there are some key upgrades. First of all, the back plate is completely flat and does not bend around the edges. Second, the bump of the camera does not protrude as with the Galaxy A52 and blends smoothly with the back. The rectangular camera module contains four camera sensors and an LED flash module. Leaked renders show the device only in white and black, but if last year’s model was an indication, Samsung would probably have many more color options.
The Galaxy A53 is 8.14mm or 9.733mm thick when the camera bump is taken into account, making it slightly thinner than the Galaxy A52. Noticeably, the phone also disappears with a 3.5mm jack.
Not much is known about the hardware of the Galaxy A53, but leaked information from the Galaxy Club last month revealed that the phone will have a screen with a high refresh rate of 120 Hz and a primary shooter of 64 MP.
Finally, the leak reveals that Samsung is considering giving up the 4G variant this time. This means that we may see the launch of the Galaxy A53 in only one 5G model, unlike the Galaxy A52, which came in 4G and 5G variants.
We don’t know when Samsung plans to launch the Galaxy A53, but given that the last model came in March, we can expect an official one around March or April. More renders on XDA developers
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