Samsung Galaxy A53 5G Design Renders Reveal Punch-Hole Display, Quad Rear Cameras, and More

Let’s take a look at the Samsung Galaxy A53 5G specs, design renders and other details.

Samsung Galaxy A53 5G

Samsung recently launched the Galaxy A52s 5G in India. The smartphone is a 5G variant of the Galaxy A52 launched earlier this year. It comes with a Snapdragon 778G SoC and a 64MP quad-camera setup. The company is now working on the successor of the device already. Samsung is likely to launch the Galaxy A53 5G early next year. There is no official word on the release date at the moment. While we wait for that, some key details of the A53 5G have surfaced online. Tipster OnLeaks and Digit have uploaded the design renders of the Galaxy A53 5G ahead of the launch. The report also reveals some specifications of the phone. Let’s take a look at the Samsung Galaxy A53 5G specs, design renders and other details.

Samsung Galaxy A53 5G design renders

Samsung Galaxy A53 5G design renders have leaked months before the launch. The design renders suggest that the phone looks identical to the A52s 5G. It has a flat rear panel that does not curve around the edges. The sides, however, curve slightly.

It has a protruding rectangular module on the back, which has smooth curves that help give it a seamless look and feel. It houses a quad-camera setup with an LED flash. There is no word on the camera sensors at the moment. However, we can expect the phone to have a 64MP primary camera and an 8MP or a 12MP ultrawide sensor. 

At the front, the phone has a hole-punch camera cutout at the top centre. It could come with a 32MP front camera, which is also found in the Galaxy A52 5G. The chin bezel around the display is slightly thicker compared to the other sides. At the bottom edge lies the USB Type-C port and the speaker grille. There is no 3.5mm headphone jack on the A53 5G. 

Other details of the device remain unknown at the moment. We will share more details as and when available.

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