Samsung Galaxy A53 5G with 4,860mAh Battery, 8GB RAM Listed on TENAA

The Galaxy A53 5G will boot Android 12 out of the box.


Samsung is prepping up for the launch of the Galaxy A53 5G smartphone. We have been learning new details of the handset courtesy of several certifications from the last few weeks. The device was recently spotted at 3C certification. The 3C listing had revealed that the Galaxy A53 5G will ship with a 15W charger.

Now, ahead of the official launch, the Samsung Galaxy A53 5G has gained the TENAA certification. The TENAA certification details the full specifications of the handset such as display size, battery capacity information, and storage options.

Samsung Galaxy A53 5G Specifications Revealed

As per the TENAA certification, the Samsung Galaxy A53 will flaunt a 6.46-inch display. The display panel will have a Full HD+ 1080 × 2400 pixel resolution and a punch-hole cutout at the center which will accommodate the selfie camera. The power and volume keys will be placed on the right side of the device.

On the backside, the A53 5G will feature a quad-camera setup which will be accompanied by a LED flash. The handset will pack 8GB of RAM. The device will be available in 128GB and 256GB storage options. The smartphone will also have a microSD card slot, which will allow storage expansion up to 1TB.

As for the optics purpose, the device will feature a 64MP camera at the back. While on the front side, the handset will boast a 12MP camera. The smartphone will pack a 4,860mAh battery which might have up to 25W fast charging support. The device will debut in White and Blue colour options. The smartphone will measure 159.5×74.7×8.1mm in terms of dimensions and it will weigh around 190 grams.

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If the past leaks are to be believed, the A53 5G will come with Exynos 2100 processor. The smartphone will boot Android 12 out of the box with One UI 4.0 on top. As of now, the launch date of the handset is not revealed by Samsung. However, now that the device has gained multiple certifications, we can expect Samsung to soon announce the A53 5G.