Samsung won’t be doing a total redesign of most of its gadgets this year as a new leak gave us a hint about what to expect of the next-gen Galaxy A53 mid-range smartphone.
While looking quite similar to its predecessor, the Galaxy A52, the device will surely have some enhanced features that’ll put it in line with other smartphones of 2022.
According to a report gotten via GSMArena from WinFuture, Galaxy A53 5G is expected to be one of Samsung’s top-selling devices in 2022 especially since the previous Galaxy A52 made it big on the smartphone market.
Feature and specs-wise, the device is rumored to sport a 6.5-inch AMOLED panel with an FHD+ resolution. To top it up, Samsung will generously include a 120Hz refresh rate to the display which will make it even more competitive against other existing mid-rangers on the market.
Up-front will be a 32MP selfie camera while the rear system will be made up of a triple rear camera system with the module looking very similar to the previous one.
As for the primary camera, we’re expecting a high-end 64MP sensor coupled with a 12MP ultrawide camera and then a 5MP sensor as well as a depth sensor.
Other notable difference with the next-gen Galaxy A53 is that the device could potentially be powered by the unannounced Exynos 1200 chipset with an 8-cores in total with two performance ones clocked at 2.4Ghz while the remaining six will work at about 1.8Ghz speed.
RAM option is expected to be between 6GB and 8GB with storage option starting at 128GB and there will be support for an external microSD slot.
In terms of battery, we’re expecting a 5,000 mAh cell with support for 25W wired charging. The baseline 6/128GB trim is expected to launch in Europe with a €460 price tag.
But there’s nothing official just yet even though we expect the device to debut this month along with 16 other smartphones.