Samsung Galaxy M52 5G, the upcoming smartphone of Korean company Samsung, is in a discussion about its launch these days. All the reports related to this upcoming smartphone have been leaked. Now another report has come out, from which information has been received about the processor of the upcoming Galaxy M52 5G.
According to an online report, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy M52 5G smartphone will be a rebranded version of the Galaxy F52 5G. Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 778G processor will be given in this device. Apart from this, not much information has been found. Let us tell you that the upcoming phone was seen on the Geekbench certification website some time ago.
Expected Features of Samsung Galaxy M52 5G
According to the leaked reports, the Samsung Galaxy M52 5G smartphone will have a quad rear camera setup, which will have a 64MP primary sensor, 12MP ultra-wide-angle, 5MP macro shooter, and 5MP depth sensor. Along with this, a 32MP selfie camera will be available on the smartphone. Talking about other features, the smartphone is expected to get an HD display and a strong battery.
Expected price of Samsung Galaxy M52 5G
Samsung has not yet given any information regarding the launch, price or features of the upcoming M-series smartphone Galaxy M52 5G. But if sources are to be believed, the price of this upcoming handset can be kept in the mid-range.
Samsung Galaxy M32
Notably, Samsung had launched the M-series Samsung Galaxy M32 smartphone a few days back. The starting price of this smartphone is Rs 14,999. Samsung Galaxy M32 smartphone works on the Android 11 based OneUI operating system. This smartphone has a 6.4-inch FHD+ Super AMOLED display, which has a refresh rate of 90Hz. Along with this, the smartphone has a 6000mAh battery and MediaTek Helio G80 processor with support for 15W fast charging.
Samsung Galaxy M32 smartphone has a quad rear camera setup, which includes a 64MP primary ISOCELL GW3 sensor, 8MP ultra wide-angle lens, 2MP depth sensor, and 2MP macro lens. Apart from this, a 20MP selfie camera will be available in front of the phone.
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