For a couple of months now, leaks about an upcoming Samsung phone – Galaxy A52 5G – has been making rounds on the internet.
Multiple reports say that the phone could arrive as the first A-series smartphone from the brand in 2021.
Interestingly, the Galaxy A52 5G received approval from the 3C authority of China today. Now that it is 3C approved, there is a high chance its arrival is right around the corner.
At 3C, the phone surfaced with the model number SM-A5260. The listing further reveals that it is a 5G-ready device, and it would feature a 15W charger in its retail packaging.
As it is, China may be one of the first markets to welcome the upcoming Galaxy A52 5G smartphone.
Some reports have claimed that the phone would launch in 4G and 5G variants depending on the market.
The two variants of the Samsung Galaxy A52 5G have appeared on Geekbench 5. And the benchmarking platform has revealed some of their respective specs.
The Samsung Galaxy A52 4G could feature the Snapdragon 720G. In contrast, the 5G variant of the phone could arrive with the Snapdragon 750G processor.
Besides, the Galaxy A52 5G would feature 6GB / 8GB of RAM.
For software, both variants of the phone would ship with the latest Android 11 OS.
Apart from the chipset and RAM sizes, the 4G and 5G variants of the Galaxy A52 pretty much have the same features.
Last month, the CAD render of the Galaxy A52 5G appeared, and it revealed that the phone might debut with a Full HD+ 6.5-inch OLED panel.
The listing further mentions that it would sport a 64-megapixel quad-camera setup on its rear panel.
Other details of the Samsung A52 5G are still under wraps.