The Samsung Galaxy A52 5G we've been hearing about since November has been certified by China's 3C, taking it a step closer to the launch.
The A52 5G listed has model designation SM-A5260 and supports 15W charging, but the listing on the Chinese regulator's website doesn't reveal any other specs.
However, the Galaxy A52 5G spotted on Geekbench with model code SM-A526B revealed the smartphone will run Android 11 and have Snapdragon 750G SoC and 6GB RAM onboard. The 4G variant (SM-A525F), on the other hand, had appeared on the benchmark database with Snapdragon 720G and 8GB RAM.
We also got to see the renders of the Galaxy A52 5G, which revealed the smartphone will pack a 6.5" punch hole display and sport a quad camera setup on the back. It will also feature an in-screen fingerprint reader and come with a 3.5mm headphone jack.Leaked render of Samsung Galaxy A52 5G
You got point but A51 5G with Exynos 1080 was better than A52 5G with SD750 , Snapdragon 750 was like 5G version of SD730 The equilvalent these case was in previous year you selling a Notebook with RTX 3080 and the successor with RTX 3060Ti .
I mean, because I have a charger I would actually enjoy nice 25W charging. Pretty happy with the 20W on my OP6 as of now. Not defending Samsung lol I'm just explaining my use case bur sure you be salty