Samsung is expected to launch the Galaxy A53 smartphone early next year. The device will be the successor to Samsung Galaxy A52 series. Although the company has not revealed any information about the smartphone yet, reports and rumours around the device have been in circulation for quite a while now. Now, a report by GalaxyClub has revealed the details about the battery of the upcoming device. As per the report, the smartphone will get its juice from a 5,000mAh battery with model number EB-BA536ABY. For context, Samsung Galaxy A52 features a 4,500mAh battery.
Tipset FronTron has also shared a low-quality image of the device. According to the image, the smartphone will be available in four colour options – Orange, Blue, White and Black. The image also reveals that the smartphone will sport a quad camera setup at the back.
Galaxy A53 in Coral Orange color??? https://t.co/tG19Bf88Jp
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Samsung Galaxy A53 rumoured specification
The Samsung Galaxy A53 smartphone is rumoured to feature a 6.5-inch full HD+ Super AMOLED Infinity-O display with 120hz of refresh rate. The renders of the device suggest that it will have a flat back panel unlike its predecessor which has a camera bump. The device is also rumoured to miss out on 3.5mm headphone jack. The smartphone is tipped to measure 8.14 mm in thickness and 9.73 mm with the rear camera bump, making it slightly thinner than the Galaxy A52.
Under the hood, the smartphone is rumoured to get an Exynos chipset unlike the Qualcomm Snapdragon 720G SoC on the Galaxy A52. In terms of camera, the device is said to have a 64MP primary lens as seen on the Galaxy A52s, but it is still not clear if the rest of the lenses will also be the same. For those who don’t know, the Galaxy A52s comes with a 64MP primary lens, 12MP ultrawide lens, 5MP depth lens and 5MP macro lens.