Samsung has been bringing two separate versions of its flagship smartphones to different markets for years. The United States and Asia generally receive Snapdragon chipsets, while Exynos SoCs are used in Europe. Now Samsung seems to be following the same strategy in the middle class: the upcoming Galaxy A53, the most successful successor A52 And A52s, Is said to be offered in two versions with different chipsets.
The evidence makes it clear that these are not 4G and 5G replicas of the A53. There will only be one A53 including 5G. In the US, the cellphone can celebrate its debut with the new Exynos 1200. The local model number is SM-A536U. The SM-A536B will be available in Europe and the SM-A536E in the Middle East, North Africa and India. These models can use other chipsets.
It is doubtful that the cause of the global chip crisis. So Samsung is trying to get as many CPUs as possible for its best seller. The Galaxy A53 is expected to be officially released in March. Galaxy A33 And this A73. The A53 uses a 64-megapixel main camera and a 5,000 mAh battery. It will be available in white, black, blue and orange.
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