According to a GalaxyClub’s report, Samsung is about to launch the Galaxy A52 5G in December.
Apparently, the manufacturer is developing the handset just a few months ahead of the launch, and besides the fact that it features a quad-camera setup that includes a 64-megapixel main sensor, we have poor info about the A52 5G.
A report by Galaxy Club reveals the phone would integrate a macro camera without a zoom lens, but we have no further details regarding the wide-angle camera and the depth sensor.
The report highlights the fact that Samsung Galaxy A52 will support 5G, and an LTE variant as well, similar to its forerunner.
Samsung Galaxy A52 was amidst the nine handsets titles that the manufacturer ad trademarked in January. It’s expected Samsung will announce the Galaxy A52 by the end of the year, so until then we’ll just have to keep an eye out for any leaks and rumors.
Meanwhile, the new foldable Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 is now available in stores.