The Samsung Galaxy A52 should have a screen with small bezels around the perimeter and a front camera embedded in the top center of the display.
Earlier it was reported that the Samsung Galaxy A52 will receive an AMOLED display with a diagonal of 6.5 inches, a plastic case, a quad camera, a headphone jack, and the dimensions of the smartphone will be 159.9 x 75.1 x 8.4 mm. The renders confirm that the main camera will have four image sensors.
It is expected that the Samsung Galaxy A52 smartphone will be based on the Snapdragon 750G SoC and will be able to work in the fifth-generation networks. The 3.5mm jack should be located on the bottom of the smartphone next to the microphone and USB-C connector.
The source was insider Evan Blass, who leaked many official renders prior to their presentation.
We expect the presentation of the Samsung Galaxy A52 smartphone to take place earlier this year.
Apple finally defeated Samsung in the global smartphone market
Apple overtook Samsung to become the world’s leading smartphone brand amid record sales of iPhone smartphones. The company showed a huge jump in the last quarter of last year, while Huawei‘s position weakened greatly.
According to Counterpoint Research, shipments of iPhone smartphones increased 22% in the previous quarter. The surge is driven by the release of the iPhone 12 lineup, which supports fifth-generation networks. Also, sales of previous models did not fall, the demand for which is stable after the price decline.
The company has shipped 90 million smartphones and has more than 23% market share. Analysts note that Apple has strengthened its position in the premium segment of smartphones in China. According to Apple CEO Tim Cook, two of the top three selling premium smartphones in China are from Apple.
The second place in the quarter belongs to Samsung, which received about 19% of the market. The third place went to Xiaomi, followed by Oppo and Vivo, which took the fourth and fifth places, respectively. Huawei dropped to 6th place.
If we consider the results for the year, then Samsung is in the lead, Apple is second, Huawei is third, followed by Xiaomi, Oppo, Vivo and Realme. The latter was the fastest growing brand in the past year.
Counterpoint Research’s data is broadly consistent with estimates by another analyst firm, IDC, which we have already published.