Samsung Galaxy A53 is to come in 2 versions with Exynos and Snapdragon chipsets for different markets


The market launch of the Samsung Galaxy A53 is scheduled for March 2022. In the meantime, a new report has indicated that there will be two variants of the Samsung mid-range smartphone with different chipsets. This is a practice that Samsung usually follows for its flagship phones, which are designed for different markets. The handset with a Qualcomm Snapdragon SoC typically arrives in the US, while the variant with an Exynos SoC makes its debut in global markets including India. It seems that the Samsung Galaxy A53 might get the same treatment right now. The upcoming Samsung phone is expected to succeed the Galaxy A52, which launched in March this year.

According to a report from GalaxyClub (Dutch), Samsung will launch two versions of the Galaxy A53. In addition to a US version with the model number SM-A536U and a European version with the model number SM-A536B, Samsung is expected to have another version with the model number SM-A536E for India, the Middle East, North Africa and some other Asian markets. The model numbers are said to be split into two versions, one with a Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset and the other with an Exynos 1200 processor. As mentioned earlier, the Samsung Galaxy A53 is expected to officially launch in March 2022.

Samsung has not yet confirmed the development of the successor, the Samsung Galaxy A52. Earlier leaks about the smartphone suggest that the Samsung Galaxy A52 could have a 120 Hz AMOLED display. The upcoming handset will have a quad rear view camera with a 64-megapixel primary sensor. The phone – at least one version of it – is equipped with a Snapdragon 778G SoC. The smartphone could also come with a large 5,000 mAh battery. In addition, there should be a fingerprint scanner in the display.

Leaked renders of the Samsung Galaxy A53 reveal a hole-punch design for the selfie camera. In addition, a recently released report said production of the smartphone has already started in India at the company’s Greater Noida plant.

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Nithya P Nair is a journalist with more than five years of experience in digital journalism. She specializes in business and technology beats. A foodie at heart, Nithya loves exploring new places (kitchen reading) and sneaking into Malayalam movie dialogues to spice up conversations. More Apple’s offer to block shareholder proposal on forced labor rejected by US SEC, letter shows

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