The Galaxy A53 has been in the spotlight for long enough that we have a solid notion of what to expect from this forthcoming smartphone from Samsung. The announcement is scheduled to be made during the Galaxy Awesome Unpacked 2022 event later this month. The projected price in Europe has appeared online ahead of the official debut.
Meanwhile, rumours suggest that Samsung will release a slew of new mid-range smartphones in the near future. According to speculations, the Galaxy A53 5G has already received Bluetooth SIG, TENAA, NBTC, and FCC certifications, as well as appearing in benchmark databases.
Samsung Galaxy A53 Rumored Specs
According to SamMobile, the 6/128GB variant of the Samsung Galaxy A53 will cost €469 (about $512) in Europe. This is based on a shop price listing that shows €466.49, which is an unusual amount.
Even if the smartphone costs the same as the Galaxy A52s 5G, which was announced at €449 ($490) for the same 6/128GB configuration, it will be slightly more expensive.
According to the leaks, the Galaxy A53 will have a few small improvements over its predecessor. It will have a design that is similar to the A52s that was previously released, but with minor changes.
Samsung’s own Exynos 1200 processor is said to be at the helm, along with 6/8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. In terms of software, the smartphone will come preloaded with Android 12 and have a 5,000mAh battery with support for 25W fast charging. The battery in this device is larger than the 4,500mAh battery in the Galaxy A52s 5G.
It’ll have a 6.52-inch Super AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate and Full HD+ resolution, according to rumours. In terms of optics, the A53 5G will include a quad-camera configuration, with the primary lens being 64MP. A 12MP ultrawide and a 5MP macro sensor, as well as a 5MP depth sensor, are among the other sensors.