Samsung’s Galaxy A53 is the latest model that is consistently Samsung’s top-selling phone each year, and we’ve every reason to believe that that the same will happen in 2022, with the coming Samsung Galaxy 5G A53. We’ve seen the phone in a few renders that were speculated and a model was seen in an online benchmark database that revealed the specs.
It’s now approved by 3C in conjunction with its charger, which is a 15W model. This is a bit disappointing. It means Samsung’s top-selling device will not be able to provide the fastest charging experience from the box until 2022. Perhaps next year. Perhaps the next time, since the majority of its competitors have quicker chargers.
The last year’s Galaxy A52, A52 5G as well as the A52s5G all had 25W charging, however, only a 15W charger was included inside the box. There’s no reason to believe this will be more difficult this time around. At least, you can choose to speed up charging, but not having a 25W charger inside the box is a bit nitpicky on Samsung’s side in the present.
According to earlier leaks and reports that Samsung’s Galaxy A53 5G will come equipped with its Exynos 1200 SoC, 6GB of RAM, Android 12 on board as of day one, and a 120 Hz AMOLED screen with FHD+ resolution as well as an in-display fingerprint sensor and an all-four rear camera setup.