- Samsung Galaxy A53 5G has been spotted listed on NBTC and FCC certification websites
- The listing reveals connectivity features, charging abilities, as well as model numbers of the same
- The Samsung Galaxy A53 5G launch seems imminent
The Samsung Galaxy A53 5G launch seems to be around the corner as the smartphone has passed through multiple certification agencies. The Samsung Galaxy A53 5G, along with the Galaxy A73, is in the pipeline, with speculations rife for a February or March launch. The Samsung Galaxy A53 5G will join the A-series line of smartphones from the Korean tech giant and is likely to feature an FHD+ AMOLED display, quad-camera set up, Exynos chipset, 5,000mAh battery, and more. The smartphone is likely to run on OneUI skin based on Android 12 out-of-the-box.
Samsung Galaxy A53 5G specifications spotted on NBTC, FCC
The Samsung Galaxy A53 5G has been spotted on NBTC and FCC certification websites ahead of launch. The listings give us an insight into the technical specifications of the device. The smartphone will be equipped with 5G, Wi-Fi 802.11ac, Bluetooth, and NFC. The FCC listing also reveals that the Samsung Galaxy A53 5G will get 25W fast charging support and the device may ship with the charger in the box.
Both the dual-SIM and single-SIM devices have been spotted listed on the NBTC website. The dual-SIM variants carry model number SM-A536E/DS and the single-SIM variants get SM-A536E model number.
These new developments come as the device has been making the rounds on the internet for the past couple of weeks making it to headlines for various reasons. The Galaxy A53 production began in December followed by its appearance as listed on Geekbench and BIS certification websites. 91mobiles also exclusively revealed design renders of the Samsung Galaxy A53 5G that revealed the rear panel design and camera layout.