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Samsung Galaxy A53 5G Renders Leaked Ahead of Launch: Shows Quad-Cameras and More

- Updated: 9th Nov 2021, 09:06 IST
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    Samsung Galaxy A53 5G Leaked Renders

Renders of the Samsung Galaxy A53 5G have appeared online. The leaked pictures show a design that is more similar to the Samsung Galaxy A52. The new smartphone from the South Korean company is likely to be the successor of the Galaxy A52, which was launched in March of this year. The selfie camera on the Samsung Galaxy A53 5G has a hole-punch design, according to freshly leaked renders. A quad-camera array is also seen on the back of the phone.

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Samsung Galaxy A53 5G Leaked Renders

In collaboration with Digit, well-known source Steve Hemmerstoffer (@OnLeaks) revealed Samsung Galaxy A53 5G renders. As previously said, the leaked renders reveal a design that is more similar to the Galaxy A52 5G. A flat back panel is seen on the smartphone. There is a curved design on the edges. The Galaxy A53’s camera bump appears to be more elegant than its predecessor, according to renders.

Samsung Galaxy A53 5G

According to the renders, the back of the phone will include a quad camera layout. A hole-punch display is seen on the upcoming Samsung Galaxy handset. The Samsung phone isn’t likely to have a 3.5mm headphone jack when it arrives. The phone is also shown in Black and White colour versions in the renders. The Galaxy A53 is expected to be 8.14mm thick (9.73mm with the rear camera bump).

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The Samsung Galaxy A53 is believed to sport a 64MP primary camera and the same 6.5-inch 120Hz refresh rate display as the A52, according to previous rumours. Furthermore, Samsung may only release the 5G version of the Galaxy A53, implying that the 4G version would be discontinued. We’ll learn more as the Galaxy A53’s launch date approaches.

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