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Samsung Galaxy A53 5G is expected to launch next year but today we are bringing you a unique look at the phone. In partnership with popular tipster OnLeaks, Digit is currently able to give you the full 360 degrees 5K renders of the upcoming Galaxy A53.


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Here comes your very first look at the #Samsung #GalaxyA53! (360° video + stunning 5K renders + dimensions)

On behalf of @digitindia -> https://t.co/pSt7eyDjsK pic. twitter. com/06bhosIjGs

— Steve H. McFly (@OnLeaks) November 8, 2021

Samsung Galaxy A53 key details render leaked


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As you can see, the Samsung Galaxy A53 has an nearly identical look to the Galaxy A52 but the back panel is flat and doesn’t curve around the edges. The edges are not completely flat and have a curved design.


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The camera bump has been refined from the A52 and now looks like an extension of the back panel. The location around the camera module has smooth curves that give it a seamless look and feel.


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The renders also confirm the presence of a quad camera array on the back and a punch-hole notch cutout on the front for the selfie camera. The Galaxy A53 also gets rid of the 3. 5mm audio jack so you will now have to create do with the Type-C connector or wireless earbuds.


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The Galaxy A53 measures 8. 14 mm in thickness and 9. 73mm including the rear camera bump, making it slightly thinner compared to Galaxy A52.


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Depending on some earlier rumours, the Samsung Galaxy A53 is expected to have a 64MP primary camera and exactly the same 120Hz refresh rate display as on the A52.


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Furthermore, we may only see Samsung launch the 5G version of the Galaxy A53 which would imply that the company is going to discontinue the 4G variant. We’ll learn more as we near the launch of the Galaxy A53.

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