According to what has been leaked on the net, it seems that the new Samsung Galaxy A52 is close to debuting on a global scale in three variants.
According to what is learned, the Galaxy A52 5G will be launched in three different variants for RAM and storage banks available for data storage and/or apps. This is what the recently leaked Bluetooth SIG list revealed. The successor of the best-selling Galaxy A51 is practically upon us: but what do we know about this device?
Samsung Galaxy A52 5G: The wait is almost over
Samsung Galaxy A52 5G will be unveiled next week during a special event the company has in store for fans. It will be called “Galaxy Awesome Unpacked” and probably, we will see two very interesting midranges arrive.
Returning to the terminal in question, we know that this appeared on the certification site with the model numbers SM-A526U, SM-A526U1, and SM-526W. Rumors are rife that the phone could have up to 8GB of RAM and a maximum of 256GB of under-body storage. We can expect 6GB RAM and 8GB RAM banks and variants ranging from 64GB to 256GB. The listing also confirms that the Samsung Galaxy A52 will support Bluetooth v5.0. Just like ” remind me “, the launch of the Samsung Galaxy A52 5G is scheduled for March 17th.
The technical specifications
The terminal will be available in two versions, one with a 5G modem and the other with an LTE module.
Reportedly, the 5G iteration of the phone will use a screen 6.5-inch AMOLED + FHD with a refresh rate of 90 Hz, a battery of 4500 mAh, and a quadruple configuration from 64 MP + 12 + MP 5 MP + 5 MP. At the front, the Galaxy A52 is said to include a 32 Mpx snapper for selfies and video calling in a hole nestled in the center of the panel. Other features of the phone are likely to be as follows: support for 25W fast charging, One UI 3.0 based on Android 11, in-display optical fingerprint scanner, and standard connectivity options.
The 4G variant of the phone is said to have the Snapdragon 720G processor, while the remaining specs are expected to be the same as the 5G counterpart.