Samsung is about to announce a new smartphone, called Galaxy M53. It will arrive on March 27 in Vietnam, but its specs, features and renders already leaked online, as well as another Geekbench listing of the SM-M536B variant.
The phone will arrive with a Dimensity 900 chipset, four cameras and 25W fast charging for the 5,000 mAh battery, but without the adapter in the retail box.
The rest of the specs, look pretty solid – a 6.7” Super AMOLED screen with 120Hz refresh rate and a 32MP camera on the waterdrop notch.
The main camera is getting an upgrade and to a 108MP sensor. The phone will also pack an 8MP ultrawide shooter, and two 2 MP shooters – one for macro shots, the other for depth data.
The Galaxy M53 is said to arrive with Android 12 and One UI 4.1 on top.
We also expect to see the Galaxy M33 5G at the event in Vietnam. There already is an LTE-only M33, so we’re curious what chipset Samsung decided to use and whether there will be any other changes between the two phones.