Samsung‘s upcoming upper mid-range handset – Samsung Galaxy A53 5G was leaked a couple of months ago. Last month, the upcoming Galaxy handset was spotted on the Geekbench benchmark database which revealed some key specifications. Now, we have spotted the upcoming Samsung Galaxy A53 5G on the 3C certification website. The certification website reveals that the handset will come with a 15W charging adapter.
Samsung Galaxy A53 5G Will Likely Ship with 15W Adapter!
The 3C certification listing reveals that the Samsung Galaxy A53 5G will carry model number SM-A5360. Whereas, the charging adapter will carry model number EP-TA200. The charger supports 9.0V output at 1.67amp current and 5V output at 2.0amp current. Though the handset appeared on the 3C certification website with just a 15W charging adapter, we expect it to support higher fast charging speeds.
To those unaware, Samsung shipped Galaxy A52, Galaxy A52 5G, and Galaxy A52s 5G with a 15W charger in the box, but all three handsets support 25W fast charging. Going by history, it probably won’t be wrong to assume that the Galaxy A53 5G will support 25W fast charging. Apart from it, the listing doesn’t reveal anything about the handset.
However, the handset was spotted on the Geekbench benchmark database revealing the presence of an Exynos 1200 processor and 6GB of RAM. The benchmark listing had also revealed that the handset will ship with the latest version of Android OS, that is Android 12. The upcoming A-series handset will borrow the design language from its predecessor – Samsung Galaxy A52.
The upcoming A53 5G will feature a bezel-less display with a centered punch-hole. It will be an AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate. We can expect the display to offer Full HD+ resolution and also expect it to offer an in-display fingerprint scanner. The Galaxy A53 5G will come equipped with a quad-rear camera setup and an LED flash. The handset has already been spotted on BIS certification website, so the India launch is definitely on cards.
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