Samsung Galaxy A53 with Exynos for India?Latest leak suggests 2 chip variants
Samsung Galaxy A53 could launch with two chips across the world, including a new Exynos version.
The Samsung Galaxy A53 has long been in the news despite Samsung keeping mum about it. Leaks have so far painted a positive picture about Samsung's next-gen midrange phone for 2022. And, it was said that the Galaxy A53 will be based on Snapdragon chips, similar to the Galaxy A52 models. However, a new leak presents the possibility of the Galaxy A53 with an Exynos chip for several markets, including India.
It is now said that the Galaxy A53 could spawn in both 4G and 5G variants. This is likely to employ two different chips for the same, with one of them being Samsung's own Exynos. Some leaked data suggests that Samsung could be using an Exynos 1200 for certain variants of the Galaxy A53, which could most likely be powering 4G models. It could reach the US, Europe and some Asian markets, including India.
Galaxy A53 to get both 4G and 5G versions
The leaked info comes courtesy of a Dutch website GalaxyClub and Samsung is yet to verify any of this information. Hence, you should take this with a pinch of salt. Samsung has had a good run with both Exynos and Snapdragon versions of the Galaxy A series in India and it remains to be seen how this fares out for customers across the world.
The Galaxy A53 is expected to be a mild upgrade to the Galaxy A52 from 2021. Leaks have so far suggested an identical design with minor touch-ups, a 120Hz OLED display, IP67 water and dust resistance, and a 64MP triple rear camera setup.
The 5G variant of the Galaxy A53 is likely to rely on the Snapdragon 778G; a chip that is already in use with the Galaxy A52s 5G and Galaxy M52 5G. What remains to be seen is how the Exynos variant fares in comparison. Historically, Exynos based Samsung phones have struggled with performance but Samsung is expected to debut the Galaxy S22 series this year with a new Exynos chip relying on AMD GPU.
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