Samsung Galaxy A53 5G LEAKS! This is how it might look
The Samsung Galaxy A53 5G has leaked, revealing a design more identical to the existing Galaxy A52 5G. Here’s what’s new with this model.
The Samsung Galaxy A53 5G leaks! Even though as the Galaxy A52s is barely a few months old, leaks related to the Galaxy A52 are already out. And as expected, the early renders do not show a lot of difference from the existing model. The Galaxy A53 5G looks a lot like the Galaxy A52 5G, compete with its boxy design and pastel colours.
The sole visual differences appear in the form of a camera hump that's less raised from the rear, and the display going flat. The 3.5mm headphone jack is missing, which could indicate the end of the audio jack on Samsung's most popular smartphone across the world. The renders also show the phone in white and black colour variants.
Samsung Galaxy A53 5G leaks
However, note that the Galaxy A53 launch is probably many months away and hence, this leak from OnLeaks and Digit should be taken with a pinch of salt. There is a high possibility that Samsung could unveil a vastly different design for the Galaxy A53 along with notable upgrades to the basic specs.
The leaks have so far painted a picture of the Galaxy A53 being largely based on the Galaxy A52s 5G. The 64MP quad rear camera is expected to remain along with a 120Hz AMOLED display. The phone is also expected to come in black, white, orange and blue colours. However, not much is known about the choice of chipset on the Galaxy A53.
What remains to be seen is how Samsung plans to ring its Galaxy A53 range in India. This year, Samsung launched a 4G variant of the Galaxy A52 as well as a 5G variant in the market. The 4G variant relied on a Snapdragon 720G chip, a 90Hz AMOLED display, a 64MP quad rear camera, 5000mAh battery and 25W fast charging support.
The 5G variant got a faster Snapdragon 778G and a 120Hz AMOLED display along with a price tag that's higher by INR 8,000.
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