Samsung Galaxy A53 coming soon! Production begins at Noida plant
Samsung Galaxy A53 production begins in India, suggest latest rumours. The Galaxy A53 will succeed the popular A52.
Samsung is apparently making the Galaxy A53 already! Based on some recent reports, the Galaxy A53's production is already underway at Samsung's Greater Noida factory. Samsung itself is yet to announce anything regarding the next generation Galaxy A phones, although it is suggested that launch could happen in the early months of 2022. Could we see the Galaxy A53 launch during the CES 2022?
The report comes from 91Mobiles, claiming an insider information about the manufacturing of the Galaxy A53. Previous leaks have already revealed the design and some specifications, although none of them have been confirmed by Samsung yet. The Galaxy A52 is still the company's latest A series model that's available on the shelves.
Galaxy A53 coming soon?
Previous leaks have already revealed a lot about the Galaxy A53. Leaks have already shown us the renders of the phone, which looks largely similar to the Galaxy A52. There are minor changes in the form of chrome linings around the cameras and the sides. But the minimalist “gradient-free” design stays on from the A52.
It is said that the Galaxy A53 will have the same waterproof design as the Galaxy A52. In terms of the specifications, the Galaxy A53 is expected to be largely similar to the Galaxy A52s 5G. That means you can expect features such as a 120Hz refresh rate AMOLED display, a Snapdragon 778G chipset, and a 64MP rear camera.
What remains to be seen is how Samsung goes about pricing the Galaxy A53 in India. This time, it is said that Samsung won't be bringing a 4G variant of the Galaxy A53. Since the Galaxy A52s 5G itself starts at around ₹35,000, we can expect the Galaxy A53 to cost something like that. Samsung has the tendency to increase prices of the Galaxy A50 series devices by leaps and bounds.
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