Samsung’s Galaxy A53 5G has literally been leaking for months at this point, and yet it’s still not official. Until Samsung finally fixes that, all we can do is bring you more leaks.
Today, the device has been certified by both NBTC and FCC. The latter of those is interesting, because the handset visited the agency along with a 25W charger. This strongly hints that at least one version of the A53 might ship with a 25W charger in the box. We’re keeping our fingers crossed, but can’t be sure just yet. It may just 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, Samsung being Samsung, and oh so eco-conscious these days, it could just ship the A53 5G with no charger at all – the flagship S line has been like that for a while, hasn’t it, and people are still buying.
Anyway, these new certifications confirm that one version of the Galaxy A53 5G has the model number SM-A536E/DS, where that “DS” should stand for dual-SIM functionality.
Previous rumors talked about the phone coming with a 6.46-inch FHD+ 120 Hz AMOLED display, an optical in-display fingerprint sensor, the Exynos 1200 SoC, a quad rear camera setup (with a 64 MP main sensor), a 12 MP selfie cam, and support for 25W charging of course. The battery capacity is likely to be 5,000 mAh.