By Andrew Romero & Ben Schoon
Samsung is slowly rolling out it's line of budget device, and it seems the A53 is not far away from a formal launch.
The folks at WinFuture have published a breakdown of the A53's specs as well as official-looking renders.
Looking at those specs, it appears that the Galaxy A53 is a mostly modest upgrade over its predecessor. The report mentions the use of a 6.5-inch FHD 120Hz display with a built-in fingerprint sensor.
As far as the internals go, the chipset is apparently set to be a new Samsung mid-range chip, likely the Exynos 1200. It will be paired with either 6GB or 8GB of RAM and "at least" 128GB of storage, with microSD expansion.
As far as the camera goes, the A53 will apparently offer up a 64MP primary sensor, 12MP ultrawide, and two 5MP rear cameras for depth and macro shots. On the front, a 32MP front-facing camera will live in a hole-punch cutout.
There's no firm information on the release of the Galaxy A53 so far, but the device and its upgrade specs package will likely arrive around the same time as its predecessor.
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