The Samsung Galaxy A53 5G will reuse the bump design of the A52 trio for the quad camera on its back. This was seen in speculative renders from last year, but now we have real-world confirmation as well from spy photos of A53 5G’s frame and rear panel that were shared by 91Mobilies.
The panel appears black, though this could be prior to painting. Either way, black is one of the rumored color options for this model, alongside white, light blue and orange. This same color palette will be used for other Ax3 phones as well, including the Galaxy A13 and A33 5G.
As for the cameras, it will indeed have four modules, despite TENAA listing only three. The main camera is expected to have the same 64 MP resolution as the A52 models, but the ultra wide may be getting an upgrade to 32 MP (up from 12 MP).
We wouldn’t put too much stock in the TENAA specs, though, they also listed two selfie cameras, and we haven’t seen any evidence of that, not even in TENAA’s own photos of the phone. And if you look at the photo of the phone’s mid-frame, there is only one centered punch hole for a selfie camera.
Samsung Galaxy A53 5G speculative renders (image credit)
The Samsung Galaxy A53 5G will use two different chipsets, one of which is expected to be the Exynos 1200. Note that there isn’t going to be an A53 4G, the two different chips will both power 5G units. Other than that, they should share the same hardware.
The A53 is expected to be announced in the first quarter of this year, likely alongside other Ax3 models.