Leaked official pictures have verified the design of the Samsung Galaxy A53.
While all eyes are on Samsung’s Galaxy S22 launch event, which takes place in less than a week, WinFuture has discovered multiple official renderings of the forthcoming Samsung Galaxy A53 5G. The gadget is predicted to be one of Samsung’s most significant volume sales in 2022, and it will have huge shoes to fill in the absence of the Samsung Galaxy A52 series.
A53 resembles the A52 from the previous year for the most part. The frame and back will still be made of plastic, and the proportions will likely be the same as the A52. The display is a 6.5-inch Full HD+ AMOLED with a 120Hz refresh rate with a centered punch-hole cut out for the 32 MP front camera.
A quad camera arrangement with a 64 MP primary camera, 12MP ultrawide modules, and two 5MP modules for macro pictures and depth data is still present on the rear. The other slight design alteration is that the new model’s camera island will have a more concave curvature than its predecessor’s squared-off appearance.
The second prominent new feature will be beneath the hood, where the undisclosed Samsung Exynos 1200 processor is expected to take the lead. The processors are expected to have eight cores, two of which will be clocked at 2.4GHz and the remaining six at up to 1.8GHz. RAM will be available in 6 or 8GB capacities, with storage starting at 128GB. The integrated microSD slot will still allow you to extend your storage.
We’re anticipating a 5,000mAh unit with 25W wired charging capabilities in terms of the battery. The base 6/128GB trim is estimated to cost €460 when it launches in Europe.
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