Recently some leaks appeared that Samsung is coming back with its upper mid-range king the Samsung Galaxy A53 5G. The successor to the Samsung Galaxy A52, which was released in March 2021. When Samsung released the first Galaxy A50 in March 2019, it was a major changer for the firm. And since then, it has become one of Samsung’s best-selling phones.
Samsung Galaxy A53 5G Will Officially Announced Next Year
The Galaxy A52 5G is an old model that received a mid-season upgrade, and its successor is coming early next year. You don’t have to wait long to see what it will look like. OnLeaks and Digit have provided CAD-based 3D models of Samsung Galaxy A53 5G. With the exception of a few minor tweaks, the design has remained largely unchanged. The sides are less curved (though not fully flat), and the camera hump now flows into the rear with a gentler curve, resulting in a more seamless transition. One thing I noticed in these photographs is that the 3.5mm headphone jack is missing.
On newer Galaxy phones, Samsung is gradually removing the 3.5mm audio jack. This functionality was recently deleted from an M-branded phone, which is the Galaxy M52 5G. The trend is likely to continue, since the next Samsung Galaxy A53 5G. According to these mockups, it would also abandon the 3.5mm port. Instead, external speakers, headphones, and earbuds are connected via Bluetooth and the USB-C port.
The Samsung Galaxy A53 5G is expected to have a slimmer profile than the Galaxy A52 5G, which has an 8.4mm thickness. Hopefully, the loss of the audio port and intelligent use of internal space contributed to the lower profile rather than reducing battery capacity. The Galaxy A53 is starting to make its way online. According to Galaxyclub.nl, Samsung’s mid-range smartphone will use the same 64MP lens as its predecessor. Which is not surprising at this point. The 64MP lens will be around for a long time, at least until the 108MP module makes its way down to mid-range handsets. As the Galaxy A50 series is known for recycling hardware over generations.
However, we won’t be able to see the Samsung Galaxy A53 5G in action until early 2022. The Galaxy A52 was released in March 2021, therefore we may use that as a guide for when the A53 will be released. We currently have no information on the processor that Samsung will employ in this phone. However, as time passes more leaks and rumors may surface. And I will make sure to keep you updated.
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