The Samsung Galaxy A53 smartphone will be the first device in the Galaxy A5x line to be available with both the Exynos platform and the Snapdragon SoC. And we are not talking about the difference between modifications with 4G and 5G, since the new product will only be available with support for fifth generation networks.
As with flagships, the platform will vary by region. The source claims that one version will receive the Exynos 1200, which was previously confirmed by Geekbench base, and the second will be equipped with some kind of Qualcomm platform, but there are no details here. It could be the Snapdragon 778G, as in the Galaxy A52s, or the updated Snapdragon 778G Plus.
As for which region which version will be intended for, there is no understanding here either. In the Geekbench database, the SM-A536U version was previously lit up, allegedly aimed at the US market, which is interesting. Typically for the US market, Samsung chooses Qualcomm.
The source also talks about the European modification SM-A536B and the SM-A536E version aimed at the Middle East, North Africa, India and several other Asian countries.