Samsung Galaxy A53 colours leaked ALREADY!
Rumours of a Samsung Galaxy A53 are doing rounds of the internet. The latest set of details reveal what colours the new Galaxy A53 model will bring next year.
Samsung Galaxy A50 series is quite popular across the world and this year's Galaxy A52 range is among the best models in the sub- ₹30,000 segment. Samsung also launched a Galaxy A52S with support for 5G a few months ago at a slightly higher price. If you thought that was it for now, you are mistaken. Rumours of a Galaxy A53 are already doing rounds of the internet.
Based on a recent leak from Dutch website GalaxyClub, the Samsung Galaxy A53is rumoured to come in the following colour variants: black, white, light blue, and orange. The orange colour is new for the Galaxy A series as Samsung has mostly preferred muted colour tones for its A series phones.
Galaxy A53 rumours spark off already
Note that these are just early rumours and hence, you should not believe these blindly. Samsung is yet to announce anything regarding the Galaxy A53 models. The next-gen Galaxy A series devices are most likely expected to launch in early 2022, just after the Galaxy S22 series is revealed.
It remains to be seen how the rest of the Galaxy A53 shapes up. Samsung went for a major design overhaul with the Galaxy A52 and introduced certain premium features such as IP water and dust resistance rating, a high refresh rate display, and a better build quality.
The Galaxy A52S got extra upgrades over the regular model. The display was upgraded to have a 120Hz refresh rate while the Snapdragon 720G chip was swapped for the 5G enabled Snapdragon 778G chipset.
Samsung also came up with a watered down version of the 5G variant in India. Called the Galaxy M52 5G, the phone offers almost all the same specs but cuts corners in a few areas to keep the prices under ₹30,000. The camera loses OIS while the body loses IP rating as well as the stereo speakers.
Rumours suggest that the Galaxy A53 is likely to retain the same 64MP led quad camera setup at the back and the 120Hz refresh rate AMOLED display. However, Samsung could make changes accordingly to fend off against the competition from Chinese brands.
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