The Samsung Galaxy A52 4G outed with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 720G SoC, the cameras from the Galaxy M51 and possibly a 90 Hz display
While more details have emerged about the Galaxy A52 5G, courtesy of the FCC, Samsung and SamMobile, the latter and Vietnamese YouTuber The Pixel have provided information about the 4G variant. Apparently, the two versions of the Galaxy A52 will have different processors and displays. Unsurprisingly, the Galaxy A52 4G will be an inferior version of the Galaxy A52 5G.
According to The Pixel, via @chunv8888, the Galaxy A52 4G will have a Snapdragon 720G chipset, 8 GB of RAM, 128 GB of storage and the same cameras as the Galaxy M51. Samsung equips the M51 with a 64 MP primary camera, a 32 MP selfie camera, a 12 MP ultra-wide, and dual 5 MP macro/depth cameras, for reference. The Galaxy A52 4G will have a 4,500 mAh too, which the FCC has confirmed is the battery from the Galaxy S20 FE, that it can recharge at up to 25 W.
Moreover, The Pixel alleges that the Galaxy A52 4G will have a 6.5-inch sAMOLED display, but one that does not support a high refresh rate. Conversely, SamMobile claims that Samsung will equip the device with a 90 Hz display, and a 120 Hz one for the 5G model. Reputedly, the Galaxy A52 4G will be available in four colours for VND 9.3 million to VND 9.5 million, which converts to approximately US$400. The Pixel adds that Samsung will begin selling the Galaxy A52 4G in the last week of March, but the company may have different release dates planned for other markets.