The Samsung Galaxy A53 was recently announced, alongside some key specs that we think make it a top contender for one of the best midrange phones of the year, but you may be wondering whether it supports wireless charging or not?
Having wireless charging as an option is an important feature for many, and can even be a 'must-have' for some, so let's take a look at what we know, plus some of the other features the A53 has in store for us.
Does the Samsung Galaxy A53 Support Wireless Charging?
While wireless charging features on a number of Samsung series, the A-series has not, and it appears that the Samsung Galaxy A53 continues that trend.
The reason why isn't confirmed, however, it may be to do with keeping costs down so users can enjoy a high performance phone, without needing upwards of $1000.
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That being said, it's not all doom and gloom...
The Samsung A53 feature 25W fast charging capabilities, plus a 5000 mAh battery. That's enough for around two days or so.
The AI in the phone itself also put unused apps to sleep, reducing power usage and optimising performance, so wireless charging may not be quite as necessary as you'd think.
Will the Samsung A-Series Ever Support Wireless Charging?
We think it's unlikely, as the technology has been around for a while now and we still haven't seen it feature in the line, but we wouldn't rule it out entirely.
Again, thanks to an advanced battery, we don't really see the need for it, but we do appreciate that wireless chargers do keep visual clutter down to a minimum.
When Can You Buy The Samsung A53?
The Samsung A53 is available and comes in at around £399.99 at most retailers.
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