The design of the Samsung Galaxy A52 5G is seen in all its splendor



It all points to the galaxy's successor to the Galaxy A51 5G, one of Samsung's best-selling mobiles globally, which is just around the corner. Rumors related to the Galaxy A52 5G keep happening, and in recent weeks we've known its design and possible specifications.

While we had already seen the appearance of the Galaxy A52 5G, we have now been able to take a detailed look at the terminal. Popular filterer Evan Blass has shared some new animated renders that show us the device spinning 360o and in all four colors in what is expected to be available: Awesome Violet, Awesome Blue, Awesome White, and Awesome Black.

The design matches the renders already shared by Steve Hemmerstoffer, better known as @OnLeaks. We can see that the Galaxy A52 5G is equipped with a screen with a discreet chin at the bottom and a hole centered at the top to accommodate the front camera.

In the upper left corner of the back, we see the camera module, consisting of four cameras and an LED flash. The rear housing is made of Glasstic material designed by Samsung.

Galaxy A52 5G: 360-Degree Renders, 4 'Awesome' Colors - Evan Blass - Voice

From previous rumors, we also know the specifications of the Galaxy A52 5G. According to the leaks, it will feature a 6.5-inch AMOLED display with Full HD+ resolution, with dimensions of 159.9 x 75.1 x 8.4 mm and a bulge of almost 10 mm in the rear chamber. The brain will be the Snapdragon 750G processor and will feature 5G connectivity.

In the photographic section, we will find the main camera accompanied by a super wide-angle sensor, a macro camera, and a depth sensor. It is also said to have a fingerprint sensor under the screen, USB Type-C port, and action connector. 

At the moment everything is speculation and there is nothing confirmed, so we have to take this information with caution and wait for the official presentation of the Samsung Galaxy A52 5G. Will it be one of the mobiles with 5G with the best value for money of 2021?


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