Samsung Galaxy A53 5G Specification-gets more certifications: has literally been leaking for months at this point, and it’s still unofficial. Until Samsung finally sorts this out, all we can do is bring up more leaks.
Samsung Galaxy A53 5G Specification-gets more certifications
Samsung Galaxy A53 5G has been certified by NBTC and FCC. The last of them is interesting, as the device visited the agency along with a 25W charger. This strongly suggests that one version of the A53 could come with a 25W charger in the box. We have our fingers crossed, but we still can’t be sure. It could be that the FCC wanted to see how the phone behaves when paired with a charger that supports the same maximum charging, or something like that.
And with Samsung being Samsung, and so eco-conscious these days, it could ship the A53 5G without a charger – the flagship S line has been like this for a while, hasn’t it, and people are still buying it.
However, these new certifications confirm that a version of the Galaxy A53 5G has the model number SM-A536E/DS, where that “DS” should stand for dual-SIM functionality.
Samsung Galaxy A53 5G Specification
The Geekbench listing has confirmed the presence of an octa-core Exynos 1200 chipset. The Exynos 1200 brings with it an integrated graphic design Mali G68 . The device has a 4860mAh battery as revealed in the TENAA listing.
The TENAA certification site states that the Samsung Galaxy A53 5G carries five cameras (four on the back and one on the front). The four rear camera configurations include 64-meapixel (primary) + 12-meapixel (ultrawide) + 5-meapixel (depth sensor) + 5-meapixel (macro). Given that this 5G cellphone has appeared in various official certification bodies, its launch is believed to be getting closer.