At the beginning of this year, Samsung made a splash by launching the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE. However, it doesn’t stop there, Samsung is also preparing to launch a premium flagship smartphone that many people have been waiting for, the Samsung Galaxy S22 Series.
Now! Rumors are circulating, to target middle class consumers, Samsung is reportedly working on the Galaxy A53 5G. Earlier this week, the alleged Galaxy A53 5G smartphone with the model number SM-A5360 was spotted at 3C certification and now, the handset has been approved by the TENAA authority in China.
All the specifications and pictures of the smartphone have also appeared on its TENAA list. This handset has also been approved by the FCC authorities. The Galaxy A53 measures 159.5 x 74.7 x 8.1mm and weighs 190 grams. This smartphone is said to use a 6.46-inch TFT panel that offers Full HD + resolution and an aspect ratio of 20:9.
Meanwhile, in the power supply sector, the Samsung Galaxy A53 5G will be supported by a 4,680 mAh battery, of which the typical value is 5,000 mAh. The 3C certification reveals that it is very likely that the smartphone will be sold with a 15W charger.
However, not a few doubt that this device will carry support for 25W charging, just like its predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy A52 5G. Then, what about the chipset? Samsung is predicted to embed a chipset with an Octa-core 2.4 GHz CPU into the body of the Samsung Galaxy A53 5G
Previously, a number of rumors had claimed that the chipset in question was the Exynos 1200. The leak also stated that the Samsung Galaxy A53 5G will have 8GB of RAM combined with 128GB/256GB of internal storage. It is possible that the One UI 4 interface based on Android 12 is already installed.
While on the front, there will be a punch-hole that houses a 32 MP front camera. The rear camera consists of a 64 MP main camera, a 12 MP lens and a pair of cameras, each of which has a 5 MP sensor. The Samsung Galaxy A53 5G will have an in-screen fingerprint scanner and arrive in White and Blue colors.