With all eyes currently on Samsung’s Galaxy S22 launch event, which is less than a week away, WinFuture encountered several official renders of the upcoming Galaxy A53 5G. The device is expected to be one of the biggest volume sellers in Samsung’s 2022 lineup and will have some big shoes to fill in place of the Galaxy A52 series.
For the most part, A53 looks like last year’s A52. You get a 6.5-inch FHD+ AMOLED display with the same 120Hz refresh rate and a centered cutout for its 32MP selfie camera. Samsung will still use plastic on the frame and back and the dimensions should remain the same as the A52.
The rear still houses a quad-camera setup with a 64MP main camera and 12MP ultra-wide pods and two 5MP pods for macro shots and depth data. The only minor design difference is that the new model’s camera island will opt for a more concave curve compared to the square look of its predecessor.
The other most notable new feature will be under the hood, where rumors point to the unannounced Exynos 1200 chipset at the helm. The chips are expected to offer eight cores in total with two performing at 2.4GHz while the other six will run at speeds up to 1.8GHz. RAM will come in 6 or 8 GB varieties while storage will start at 128 GB. You can always expand via the built-in microSD slot.
Battery-wise, we’re expecting a 5,000mAh cell with support for 25W wired charging. The base 6/128GB version is expected to launch in Europe with a price tag of €460.
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