The Galaxy A52 hit the market in March, so it could seem that there is still a lot of time to the premiere of its successor. And yet Samsung did not manage to avoid leaks.
Samsung Galaxy A53: Leaking Appearance
@OnLeaks published on the website Digit visualizations based on industrial diagrams. They show that the Galaxy A53 will be very similar to its predecessor.
The most conspicuous visual change is ociosane plecki. While in the A52 they were very rounded at the edges, in the A53 the rear is to be flat.
From a utilitarian point of view, another change is more important. The graphics show that the Samsung Galaxy A53 it won’t have a headphone jack. It’s a big thing.
Headphone jack finally getting tapped?
It is worth noting that the Galaxy A5x is one of the most popular lines of smartphones in the world. The A51 landed at the very top of the list of best-selling Android smartphones in 2020.
It seems that “one swallow does not make spring”, but in this case it is a representative of the series, which so far has faithfully reflected the trends prevailing on the entire smartphone market. So it can be safely assumed that the worn-out Jack will slowly disappear from cheaper models.
Probably even the most conservative users have to slowly start thinking about wireless or USB-C headphones.
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