TENAA is the Chinese certification agency, and a listing of Samsung’s yet-unannounced Galaxy A53 has now revealed some key aspects of the phone. Judging by the leaked images, there aren’t many design changes to the phone and its basic internal specs from its predecessor, the Galaxy A52. Check out the images: As you can see, the front and the back of the phone seem quite similar (if not identical) to the Galaxy A52’s design. The front of the A53 features an AMOLED display with the same punch-hole diameter. However, it seems the dimensions of the Galaxy A53 are a bit smaller and slimmer than those of its predecessor.
We’ve been hearing a lot about Samsung’s future mid-range phone, the Galaxy A53, which will be introduced a few months after the Galaxy S22’s Unpacked event. Now, MyFixGuide has learned about the midranger’s TENAA certification: the listing discloses the phone’s design as well as some of its major specifications. The appearance and important specifications of the Galaxy A53 have been published via a Chinese certification website.
Turning the phone around, we have a rectangle-shaped camera module with 4 cameras, with the main one being a 64MP lens. Accompanying the cameras is the LED flash. According to the info in the certification, there will only be three cameras on the back and two lenses on the front (this seems to be a mistake or a glitch on the TENAA website!).
The Exynos 1200 is expected to power the phone, and it could feature eight cores. Pretty much, the performance of the chip is expected to be near the Snapdragon 778G chipset (found in the Motorola Edge 2021 for example). So far, we expect the Galaxy A series of phones to be announced before the end of the first quarter of this year, so we might be hearing more about these phones in the weeks to come. In the past weeks, there have been multiple leaks and reports about the upcoming phone that have started to paint a preliminary picture of what to expect when it hits the shelves. Let’s explore what we know so far.
The most recent report comes again from a Chinese certification, in this case, the 3C. The listing of the phone over there revealed that it will come shipped with a 15W charger (just like its predecessor, the Galaxy A52), but most likely, it will support higher charging speeds. The A52, for example, supports up to 25W charging, so a similar situation is expected for its successor.
Earlier, the Samsung Galaxy A53 5G was spotted on Geekbench and its listing there revealed the midrange phone will be powered by the aforementioned Exynos 1200 chip and 6GB of RAM (an 8GB of RAM version will also be present). Of course, there might be a Snapdragon version as well, if it would follow Samsung’s way of releasing two different chipset variants for different markets (this practice has been used for the Galaxy S-series so far). Additionally, we know the Galaxy A53 will run Android 12 with Samsung’s custom One UI on top of it (the Geekbench listing didn’t reveal the One UI version specifically).
For the display, the Galaxy A53 is expected to sport an AMOLED screen with FullHD+ resolution and a fast 120Hz display refresh rate. Additionally, it is expected to feature an under-display fingerprint sensor.
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