Galaxy M52 5G finally launches, but not in India as promised

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Galaxy M52 5G finally launches, but not in India as promised The Galaxy M52 5G is one that we have been looking at for a long time now. After a lot of leaks and an even erroneous reveal in India, the phone has made its debut in Poland. Note that Samsung officially confirmed that the phone would be launched for the first time on September 28 at an India event. Taking the phone to Poland first, the company has silently made the first launch – but the news was sure to catch it. If anything, the launch of any new device comes with some juicy specs, so let’s dive into it. For those who have been waiting, the Galaxy M52 5G does come with a 6.7-inch screen which hosts 1080 x 2400 pixels underneath. The device packs a 120Hz refresh rate, features an SD 778G chipset under the hood and comes with 6/8GB RAM choices. Where there are RAM choices, there should be storage choices too. However, Samsung chose to use a single 128GB model here, allowing users to expand it as they deem fit via the microSD card slot. Finished with a 5000mAh battery and Android 11 support out of the box, the phone will handle picture needs with a 64MP-led triple camera sensor and a decent 32MP selfie snapper.

The Galaxy M52 5G is one that we have been looking at for a long time now. After a lot of leaks and an even erroneous reveal in India, the phone has made its debut in Poland.

Note that Samsung officially confirmed that the phone would be launched for the first time on September 28 at an India event. Taking the phone to Poland first, the company has silently made the first launch – but the news was sure to catch it.

If anything, the launch of any new device comes with some juicy specs, so let’s dive into it.

For those who have been waiting, the Galaxy M52 5G does come with a 6.7-inch screen which hosts 1080 x 2400 pixels underneath. The device packs a 120Hz refresh rate, features an SD 778G chipset under the hood and comes with 6/8GB RAM choices.

Where there are RAM choices, there should be storage choices too. However, Samsung chose to use a single 128GB model here, allowing users to expand it as they deem fit via the microSD card slot. Finished with a 5000mAh battery and Android 11 support out of the box, the phone will handle picture needs with a 64MP-led triple camera sensor and a decent 32MP selfie snapper.