The Samsung Galaxy A52 5G has been certified by the Wi-Fi Alliance and Bluetooth SIG, inching a couple of steps closer to its announcement.
The phone will support dual-band Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 5.0. The devices in the certifications are the SM-A526B (and its Dual-SIM counterpart) and the SM-A526N (the Korean model).
Samsung will release both a Galaxy A52 5G and a 4G model. The main difference between them is expected to be the chipset – Snapdragon 750G on the 5G model and Snapdragon 720G on the LTE one.
We know the device will have a Prism-like finish on the rear, a new Teal color and a triple camera, courtesy of the leaked press renders from December.
We also know that the Galaxy A52 5G will support 15W charging. We expect Samsung to announce the pair of Galaxy A52’s as well as the Galaxy A72 in the next few weeks.
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