Samsung Galaxy A52 5G phone will have a 6.5 inch display, the first render in front

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The fact that Samsung has started working on the Galaxy A52 as the successor model of the Galaxy A51 became clear after spotting the phone on GeekBench last month. Earlier in January, the Samsung Galaxy A52 was among the trademarks filed by Samsung for a total of 9 phones. This time, Steve Hemmerstoffer, the famous tipstar known as Onleakes, brought the first render of the phone to the social networking site Voice. As you can see, there is no difference in design between the Galaxy A51 and Galaxy A52.

According to Onleaks render, the Galaxy A52 5G will come with a 6.5-inch display. Its display design is a punch hole, with a cut-out in the middle at the top of the display. This phone will have a quad camera setup on the back. The shape of this camera module is rectangular. Here, too, the design of the Samsung Galaxy A51 has been followed.

Onleakes wrote in his post, this phone is going to have in-display fingerprint sensor. There will also be a 3.5mm headphone jack. He also mentioned the dimensions of the phone. The Samsung Galaxy A52 5G will be 159.9×85.1×7.4mm in shape (the rear camera bump will be about 10mm thick). The phone is also estimated to be priced at ৪ 499, which is equivalent to around Rs 36,800. Note that its previous model Galaxy A51 was launched in India at Rs 22,900.

The Galaxy A52 5G was spotted on the benchmark site GeekBench last month. From there we found out that the phone will be given 8 GB RAM and octa core processor. The base frequency of the processor will be 1.6 GHz. However, it is not yet clear which company’s chipset will be in the phone. Although multiple reports have claimed, the Galaxy A52 5G phone will use the Snapdragon 650G chipset. It will come with Android 11 out of the box. According to reports, the primary camera of the rear camera setup will be 64 megapixels. The camera module will also have an ultraviolet sensor, a macro sensor and a depth sensor.