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The Samsung Galaxy A53 5G would arrive with an Exynos 1200 chipset and Android 12

This mid-range phone from Samsung would go on sale in March next year. In the following note, we give you more details of its characteristics.

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The Samsung Galaxy A53 5G would arrive with a quad rear camera. Photo: OnLeaks

Samsung is preparing a new mid-range device that would arrive to replace the Galaxy A52 5G and it has been leaked thanks to having passed through the Geekbench performance test. It is the Galaxy A53 that would go on the market with the Exynos 1200 chipset and Android 12.

A Samsung device with sports model code SM-A536U, which is likely the Galaxy A53 5G, appeared on Geekbench with its key specs. The smartphone runs with 6GB of RAM.

The motherboard section in the benchmark listing mentions “s5e8825,” which is a codename for the Exynos 1200 processor. This includes eight CPU cores, two with a maximum clock frequency of 2.40 GHz and the rest with a limit of 2 GHz. And to handle graphically intensive tasks like gaming and video editing, there is an integrated Mali-G68 GPU.

Some of its specifications have also been known thanks to previously filtered renders. The Galaxy A53 5G would have a 6.5 ″ FHD + Super AMOLED Infinity-O screen with a refresh rate of 120 Hz. Also, we would find a hole in the screen located in the center where the selfie camera will be housed.

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Galaxy A53 Design. Photo: Onleaks

The Samsung Galaxy A53 5G would house a quad rear camera with a 64 megapixel main sensor. Finally, the mobile should be presented in March 2022 if the South Korean firm meets the calendar that it has respected in recent seasons.

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Written by Christina d'souza

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