For a while now, multiple reports have been hinting the arrival a Samsung A-series smartphone – Galaxy A52 5G.
The much-anticipated smartphone has already surfaced on the database of several certification platforms like TEENA, Bluetooth SIG, 3C, and Wi-Fi Alliance.
The multiple certifications suggest that the upcoming Samsung Galaxy A52 5G smartphone could launch soon.
The Galaxy A52 5G has now received approval from the Federal Communications Commission in the United States.
The FCC listing of the phone mentions that it has the model number SM-A526B. However, the FCC listing did not reveal any detail concerning the specifications of the phone.
Interestingly, previous reports have claimed that the model number belongs to the 5G variant of the Galaxy A52.
Last month, 91mobiles mentioned that India could be one of the markets that would receive the Galaxy A52 5G.
The BIS certification body of India has only approved the 4G variant of the Galaxy A52.
Meanwhile, a tech tipster – Debayan Roy – recently stated that the South Korean giant initially planned to announce the Galaxy A52 in February.
However, the company has shifted the launch frame to mid-March.
Specifications of the Samsung Galaxy A52 5G
Reports have revealed that the Galaxy A52 5G would sport a 6.5-inch AMOLED display. The screen has a punch-hole design, and it would offer a Full HD+ resolution.
The phone may feature the Snapdragon 750G chipset.
Out of the box, the Galaxy A52 5G comes with 8GB of RAM and up to 128GB of native storage.
For lenses, the handset may sport a 64-megapixel quad-camera system on the rear panel.
It would draw power from a 4,500mAh battery that supports 15W of charging – hopefully.
Leaks mention that the Galaxy A52 5G would launch in colours like awesome blue, awesome black, awesome white, and awesome violet.
The 4G variant may sell for 369 euros (~$444), and the 5G variant for 459 euros (~$553).