Ever since Samsung launched A52s 5G in India, there have been reports about the company working on its successor. Samsung is expected to launch A53 5G early next year and although there’s no official word from the company regarding the same, some leaks have started to trickle in. As part of a fresh new leak, we have got design renders of the A53 5G, which gives us a solid estimate of what to expect, at least in terms of its design.

Samsung Galaxy A53 5G Design renders

Tipster OnLeaks in partnership with Digit has uploaded some images which are the leaked design renders of the Samsung Galaxy A53 5G. The renders suggest that the smartphone will look similar to its predecessor A52s 5G. However, the edges of this new device are slightly curved.

The camera bump looks more refined and appears to be an extension of the back panel. The area around the camera module has smooth curves that give it a seamless finish.

Renders confirm the device to have a quad-camera setup on the back with an LED flash. Earlier reports have stated that the smartphone might come with a 64MP primary camera paired with an 8MP or 12MP ultrawide sensor. Meanwhile, on the front, there could be a 120Hz panel with a punch-hole cutout for the selfie camera. The chin of the display appears to be slightly thicker compared to other sides.

By the bottom, the 3.5mm audio jack seems to be missing, which means you will have to use the Type-C connector or wireless earbuds.

Galaxy A53 5G is said to measure 8.14mm in thickness or say, 9.73mm if you include the rear camera bump. Still, it would be slimmer than the Galaxy A52s 5G.

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And as you must have noticed from its name, Samsung is only expected to launch the 5G variant of the smartphone.

Other details of the device are still under wraps and we promise to keep you updated as soon as we come across them.


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