- Feb 4, 2016
Samsung’s popular Galaxy A-Series is slowly rolling out its latest generation of devices, and it seems the Galaxy A53 is not far away from its formal launch. This week, a huge leak divulges just about everything you need to know about the Galaxy A53, including its specs and some official-looking renders.
The folks over at WinFuture have published a full breakdown of the Galaxy A53, giving us our best look yet at the phone’s design as well as what specs it will deliver.
Looking at those specs, the Galaxy A53 appears to be a mostly modest upgrade over its predecessor. The report mentions the use of a 6.5-inch FHD 120Hz display with a built-in fingerprint sensor under the glass. The chipset is apparently set to be a new Samsung mid-range chip, likely the Exynos 1200, at least in some markets. That chip will be paired with either 6GB or 8GB of RAM and “at least” 128GB of storage with a microSD expansion slot. Battery size comes in at 5,000 mAh, a fairly big upgrade over the previous model, with the phone also supporting 5G. Many of these specs were seen in a previous regulatory leak.