Samsung Galaxy A53: there are already real images of the smartphone before the launch

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The Galaxy A53 information leaks are getting thicker. It will be the newest member of what is one of the best-selling smartphone lines in recent years. The launch is still scheduled for this month of March, but Samsung has not yet given a concrete date.

However, the famous leaker Roland Quandt shared real images of the smartphone in the last few hours. These will have been made thanks to a list on the Croatian site Kujemprodajem and will confirm the design of the smartphone.

From the front, the Galaxy A53 is the same as most current smartphones. This means that its large screen is only interrupted by a small central hole where the front camera is located. This also houses the fingerprint sensor.

The back of the device matches the unofficial images we’ve seen in the past. In the upper left corner are placed four cameras and the LED flash in a slight bulge.

The Samsung Galaxy A53 will not have a 3.5mm jack input

As also known, the sides of the smartphone will be flat, like the latest iPhone or Redmi Note 11. And although it is not visible in these images, the already revealed specifications of the smartphone confirm that it will not have a grip 3.5mm jack. contribution.

It is worth remembering that the smartphone will be controlled by the Exynos 1280 processor, with 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage in the basic version. This will be expandable via microSD. The terminal will have a 6.5-inch S-AMOLED panel with Full HD+ resolution and 120Hz refresh rate.

The smartphone will have a 64 MP main camera with optical image stabilization. This is accompanied by a 12 MP ultra-wide and 5 MP macro and depth sensors. The front camera will be 32 MP.

As for the battery, it will increase to 5000mAh capacity with 25W charging. You can also expect IP67 certification for water and dust protection. Another part already revealed is the price of €469 that is expected to cost in Europe, and this may put off some interested parties.

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