Samsung Galaxy A52: First pictures of 5G mid-range smartphone leaked
The Galaxy A51 5G is less than a year old, but Samsung is clearly on the verge of releasing a successor. The device, putatively called the Galaxy A52 5G, has appeared on Geekbench and has been leaked by a case designer. Now, OnLeaks has published detailed renders of the device on his Voice account.
The Galaxy A52 5G looks a lot like its predecessor though, based on the renders provided by OnLeaks. While the rear-facing camera housing has adopted the looks of the one on the Galaxy Note 20, this is not that different from the housing on the Galaxy A51 5G. Similarly, the centred front-facing camera remains, which continues to sit beneath a cut-out in the display.
According to OnLeaks, the Galaxy A52 5G will measure 159.9 x 75.1 x 8.4 mm, so it will be about the same size as the Galaxy A51 5G, too. OnLeaks adds that the Galaxy A52 5G will have a fingerprint sensor embedded within its display, along with a USB Type-C port for charging and a 3.5 mm headphone jack. Moreover, the device will rock Samsung's 'Glasstic' rear panel, which is plastic made to resemble and have the tactility of glass. There will be an aluminium frame though, which should ensure the device's structural stability.
It is unclear when Samsung plans to release the Galaxy A52 5G. However, Geekbench has already confirmed that Samsung has equipped it with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G chipset and at least 6 GB of RAM.