The Samsung Galaxy A52 5G appears on Geekbench with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G and 6 GB of RAM
Samsung unveiled the Galaxy A51 in December 2019, which it followed with a 5G variant in April. So, the South Korean company should be on the verge of releasing a successor, since it usually leaves about a year between smartphone refreshes. Late last month, a leaked suggested that Samsung had started developing firmware for the Galaxy A52 5G, and now the device has popped up on Geekbench.
Spotted by Abhishek Yadav and Galaxy Club, the Galaxy A52 5G has been benchmarked as the SM-A526B, the same codename seen in last month's firmware development leak. According to Galaxy Club, the SM-A526B has an Adreno 619 GPU and two CPU cores that can reach 2.2 GHz. Based on this information, it would seem that Samsung has chosen Qualcomm's new Snapdragon 750G for the Galaxy A52, which also features an octa-core Kyro 570 CPU and an X52 5G built on an 8 nm process.
Additionally, Geekbench reveals that the Galaxy A52 is being tested on Android 11, or One UI 3.0 as Samsung calls it. The benchmarking website confirms the presence of 6 GB of RAM too, which would be a 2 GB upgrade on the Galaxy A51.