Samsung is preparing to announce the Galaxy A53, the Galaxy A52’s immediate successor. The phone was recently discovered on TENAA, which confirmed some crucial hardware specifications. Now, a new leak has exposed nearly all of the Galaxy A53’s specifications.
The latest Galaxy A53 rumour comes from WinFuture, a publication known for its leaks. The newspaper has provided high-resolution renders of the Galaxy A53, providing our best look at the device to far and verifying earlier leaks and the TENNA listing.
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As you can see, the Galaxy A53’s design is quite similar to that of the previous year’s model, with a few minor tweaks. For starters, the back panel is fully flat and has no curved edges. Second, unlike the Galaxy A52, the camera bump blends in seamlessly with the rear.
Additionally, WinFuture has revealed the majority of the Galaxy A53’s specifications. According to our sources, the phone will sport a 6.5-inch FHD+ AMOLED display with a refresh rate of 120Hz. The phone will be powered by an Exynos 1200 CPU and will feature either 6GB or 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage.
On the rear, the phone features a quad-camera array led by a 64MP primary sensor and flanked by a 12MP ultra-wide sensor, a 12MP depth sensor, and two 5MP macro cameras. The phone’s battery capacity will reportedly be increased to 5,000mAh, up from 4,500mAh on the Galaxy A52. Finally, an under-display fingerprint scanner, a microSD card slot, 5G compatibility, and NFC are claimed to be included. The phone will almost certainly ship with One UI 4.0.
Samsung has not yet revealed an official launch date for the Galaxy A53. However, if the latest TENNA certification and this leak are to be believed, the formal launch should not be too far off.