While all eyes are currently on Samsung’s Galaxy S22 launch event, which is less than a week away, WinFuture has got its hands on a few officials renders of the upcoming Galaxy A53 5G. The device is expected to be the main sales driver for Samsung’s lineup in 2022, replacing the Galaxy A52 series’ mainstream position in the lineup.
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The appearance of the A53 doesn’t seem to have changed much, much like last year’s A52: a 6.5-inch FHD+AM OLED screen with the same 120Hz refresh rate, a 32-megapixel selfie lens with a punch hole at the top of the screen, and the frame and back still made of plastic, the size is expected to be consistent with the A52.
The back of the Samsung Galaxy A53 is still a quad-camera module consisting of a 64-megapixel main camera and a 12-megapixel ultra-wide-angle module, as well as two 5-megapixel modules for macro shots and depth data. The only minor design difference is that the shape of the camera module on the new model is elongated, rather than the square appearance of its predecessor.
Another more notable new change is inside the fuselage. Rumors point to the unannounced Exynos 1200 chipset being the A53’s processor. This chip offers eight cores, two of which are performance cores clocked at 2.4GHz, and the remaining six are clocked at 2.4GHz. will work at 1.8GHz. RAM will be available in 6 or 8GB, while storage will start at 128GB, and the A53 will still be able to be expanded via the onboard microSD slot.
On the battery side, the 5000mAh battery supports 25W wired charging. The 6/128GB version of the benchmark is expected to launch in Europe for €460.