The Samsung Galaxy A52 is captured in 3D and "Awesome" color ahead of its launch
Samsung brought quad rear cameras and 5G to the ~US$500 price-tier of the smartphone market with the Galaxy A51 in 2020. Now, it seems the OEM is gearing up to reprise this with its immediate successor. According to its latest renders, it will have an updated design that brings it closer to the S21 series in looks.
Evan Blass also now even claims it will have black, white and violet colorways, as do its flagship counterparts. However, Samsung will apparently set the A52 apart by calling its new styles the "Awesome" versions of their shades. This new tip may be confirmed in the phone's new TENAA listing, which also reportedly shows that it has a 64MP main sensor and will run Android 11, probably skinned by One UI 3.0.
The A52 5G is said to be powered by the Snapdragon 750G processor, and to have 6 or 8GB of RAM with 128 to 256GB of internal storage. It is also said to have a 4G/LTE version, which might step down to the 720G SoC. However, it might also start at €369 (~US$444), although there is still no word on when it may become available.