Samsung’s Galaxy A53 5G has been leaked for months, but it has yet to be officially announced. All we can do is bring you more leaks till Samsung eventually patches it.
Both the NBTC and the FCC have now certified the gadget. The latter is noteworthy because the device arrived at the agency with a 25W charger, which suggests that at least one A53 model will come with a 25W charger included in the package. We’re crossing our fingers, but we can’t be sure just yet. It’s possible that the FCC simply wanted to observe how the phone performs when linked with a charger that supports the same maximum charging capacity or something similar.
And, being Samsung, and oh so environmentally aware these days, it might just send the A53 5G with no charger at all – after all, the top S series has been like that for a long time, and people are still purchasing it.
These new certifications show that one variant of the Galaxy A53 5G is designated as SM-A536E/DS, with the “DS” indicating dual-SIM capabilities.
According to previous speculations, the phone would have a 6.46-inch Full HD+ 120 Hz AMOLED display, an optical in-display fingerprint sensor, the Exynos 1200 SoC, a quad back camera arrangement (with a 64 MP primary sensor), a 12 MP selfie camera, and, of course, compatibility for 25W charging. The battery will most likely have a capacity of 5,000 mAh.
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