TENAA confirms numerous Samsung Galaxy A53 specifications before the mid-range smartphone's impending launch
The Galaxy A53 has leaked again, just a few days after its appearances at the 3C and BIS in China and India, respectively. This time, the Galaxy A53 has passed through TENAA, another Chinese regulatory body. As expected, the Galaxy A53 shares its design with the Galaxy A52s, which Samsung released last summer. It remains unclear when Samsung will announce the Galaxy A53, but TENAA tends to publish its certification listings when companies are close to releasing devices.
According to TENAA, the Galaxy A53 measures 159.5 x 74.7 x 8.1 mm and weighs 190 g, practically the same footprint as the Galaxy A52s. Additionally, Samsung's next Galaxy A series smartphone has a 6.46-inch AMOLED display that operates at 2,400 x 1,080 pixels. Rumour has it that the display will also support a 120 Hz refresh rate, plus an in-display fingerprint scanner.
Furthermore, TENAA's listing reports that the Galaxy A53 has 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB or 256 GB of storage. Also, the Galaxy A53 has a 4,860 mAh battery, up from the 4,500 mAh ones in the Galaxy A52 and Galaxy A52s. TENAA reports that the device supports 15 W charging though, a drop of 10 W from last year's models. The Galaxy A53 should launch in more than one colour, as well.