Samsung Galaxy A53 Production Begins at Greater Noida Factory, India Launch Expected Soon

The handset might be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G SoC.

Samsung Galaxy A53 5G

Samsung is working on the successor of the Samsung Galaxy A52. The high-quality renders of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy A53 5G have already been leaked. The leaked renders revealed that the Galaxy A53 will borrow the design language from its predecessor. Now, a new report by 91mobiles reveals that the company has started mass production for the Samsung Galaxy A53 5G handset at the Greater Noida factory in India. This means that the launch is not far now, and we can expect the company to announce the launch date anytime now.

Samsung Galaxy A53 5G: Design, and Specifications

The Galaxy A53 5G seems to have borrowed the design from its predecessor – Samsung Galaxy A52. This means the upcoming Galaxy A53 5G will feature a punch-hole display with a bezel-less design. The display panel on the device is said to be an AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate. We can safely assume it to carry Full HD resolution and sport an in-display fingerprint scanner.

Powering the handset could be an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G 5G processor which the company has used in Samsung Galaxy A52s as well as Galaxy M52. The back panel of the handset will be made up of polycarbonate and will house a quad-rear camera setup. The primary sensor on the device is said to be a 64MP sensor, while the specifications and functionality of other sensors are not known.

The Galaxy A53 will skip the 3.5mm audio jack so that audio will also be router by the USB Type-C port. The handset is about 8.14mm in terms of thickness. The handset was leaked in White color, but we can expect the company to launch it in other colors as well.

Unfortunately, only this much is known about the device for now. However, as the launch approaches, we can expect it to show up on certification and benchmark websites. What are your expectations from the upcoming Samsung Galaxy A53 5G? Do let us know in the comments below.

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