Samsung Galaxy A53 Renders Show Familiar Design


In early spring this year, the South Korean tech giant released the Galaxy A52. As all A-line models do, this one could win customers’ hearts immediately. This inspired Samsung and the company launched a follow-up model in face of the Galaxy A52s 5G. As the name implies, it comes with faster connectivity and a more powerful chip. So it’s logical that many users are waiting for the next model from this line. And though likely the Samsung Galaxy A53 will hit the market only next year, we are already getting news concerning its look and features.

Today, OnLeaks and Digit shared high-quality renders of the Galaxy A53. There is every reason to think this won’t be the final look of the phone. But the renders were created based on the current rumors and the previous models’ design style.

Well, as we can see, the Samsung Galaxy A53 has many things in common with the Galaxy A52. However, when taking a closer look, we can see some key upgrades. Say, the phone’s rear panel is completely flat and doesn’t curve around the edges. Another thing we noticed is that the camera bump doesn’t stick out like the Galaxy A52. Also, the camera module includes four sensors and an LED flash. Though these renders show the phone in white and black only, we guess there would be more options to choose from.

Other than that. The Galaxy A53 will be 8.14mm thick. Thus, it will be slightly slimmer than the Galaxy A52. Also, our protagonist is going to cancel the headphone jack.

At the moment, there is not much information concerning its hardware. But recently, Galaxy Club reported that the handset is going to sport a 120Hz high refresh rate display and a 64MP primary shooter. The rest of the lenses should include 12 MP ultrawide, 5 MP depth, and 5 MP macro sensors. Worth noting that we aren’t expecting big upgrades in terms of camera. After all, the device should still offer a mid-range camera performance.

Apart from this, the same source reported that the Samsung Galaxy A53 will come in four colorways – Black, White, Light Blue, and Orange. Plus, the manufacturer might introduce new colors options or special editions after the smartphone is out.

Lastly, there are rumors as Samsung won’t release a 4G version of the phone. Well, nothing certain is known about the launch date but we are expecting the phone to arrive in March or April.

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