Samsung Galaxy A52s reaches the FCC ahead of release as marketing renders leak
The Galaxy A52s has leaked again, this time courtesy of Roland Quandt and the FCC. Unsurprisingly, the Galaxy A52s looks like the Galaxy A52, which we have reviewed in its 4G and 5G guises. In fact, it is difficult to tell the Galaxy A52s from the Galaxy A52; Samsung may have re-used the chassis and display from the latter for the Galaxy A52s to keep costs down.
However, a Geekbench listing suggests that Samsung has equipped the Galaxy A52s with an upgraded SoC, along with 8 GB of RAM. Specifically, the Galaxy A52s may have a Snapdragon 778G chipset, which would be a significant upgrade over the Snapdragon 750G found in the Galaxy A52. The Galaxy A52s should launch with 128 GB of storage too, and in a new mint green colourway.
Incidentally, Samsung has certified the Galaxy A52s with the FCC in the US. Hence, a North American release for the handset seems likely, as does a European one. The FCC's documentation does not reveal much about the Galaxy A52s, beyond that it will be available as single-SIM and dual-SIM variants. A launch date is unknown at this stage, but the device's appearance at the FCC implies that Samsung is readying the Galaxy A52s for release.