Samsung Galaxy A52 5G has reportedly been spotted on the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) website, revealing key specifications of the phone. As per the FCC listing, the upcoming handset will feature Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 759G 5G SoC and run Android 11 under the hood. Further, the alleged phone is said to pack a 4,370mAh battery, and the listing suggests the phone will be launched soon.
As per tipster Abhishek Yadav, the person who first spotted the FCC listing, the upcoming Samsung smartphone carries the model number SM-A526B and features 6GB of RAM. Recently, the phone has also received Bluetooth and Wi-Fi certification, and some reports claim its production has already begun in Samsung’s Greater Noida facility. Further, over the past few weeks, the Samsung Galaxy A52 5G has reportedly appeared on various certification sites too.
Samsung Galaxy A52 5G Specs (Expected)
In the recent past, the specs, design, and features of the Galaxy A52 5G have appeared in various leaks. A TENAA certification site listing has revealed the phone will come equipped with a 6.46-inch display. The smartphone renders surfaced in the recent leaks show the Galaxy A52 5G may come in four colors — Awesome Blue, Awesome Violet, Awesome Black, and Awesome White. Note that the South Korean tech giant’s upcoming smartphone’s 4G variant has already received the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) certification.
Speaking of the expected price, the Samsung Galaxy A52 5G, with 6GB RAM and 128GB storage, could be priced at EUR 459 (roughly ₹40,300). The top model with 8GB RAM and 256GB onboard storage may carry a price tag of EUR 509 (roughly ₹44,700). Further, there will also be a 4G variant of the Galaxy A52. It could come with a price tag of EUR 369 (roughly ₹32,400) for the 6GB + 128GB storage model in Europe.
These multiple listings and the recent leaks suggest that the phone will launch soon. Also, the phone may be available in the global markets, including India. That’s all we know about this phone at the moment, and we may hear more about the device in coming days.