Samsung’s New 5G Smartphone Galaxy A52 To Have Snapdragon 750G SoC
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New Delhi: Samsung’s upcoming smartphone Galaxy A52 5G may be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G SoC, as reported by Geekbench listing. The upcoming smartphone from Samsung has appeared on benchmarking website, carrying the model number SM-A526B.
It scored 298 points in single-core and 1,001 points in multi-core performance. The device performed better in these departments with 700 points in single-core and 1,800 in multi-core test, reports GSMArena.
However, this could be a pre-production model of the Samsung Galaxy A52 5G and the performance of the launch device may wary.
It is seen that the phone runs the Android 11 operating system as standard and it has 6 GB of RAM. Also, the base frequency of the processor is 1.80 GHz.
The smartphone is expected to come with a quad-camera setup that is led by a 64MP primary camera. The camera module also includes an ultrawide sensor, a macro lens, and a depth assist lens, but their configurations are not known yet.
The Samsung Galaxy A52 was among nine phones to be trademarked in South Korea by Samsung back in January.
Meanwhile, Samsung is reportedly planning to add a new smartphone in its M series — Galaxy M62 with 256GB internal storage. Samsung has already brought 256GB of storage to a lower price point with the Galaxy S20 FE. The so-called Galaxy M62 will most probably debut next year and share some specifications with the upcoming Galaxy A52 and Galaxy A72. It may also come with a Qualcomm chipset, AMOLED display and a large 7,000mAh battery.
(Nitesh Kumar Sahoo With IANS Inputs)