Samsung Galaxy M52 5G with Snapdragon 778G SoC Spotted on Geekbench, Launch Expected Soon

Samsung Galaxy M52 5G will come in 6GB RAM variant.


Samsung is lately on a launch spree. The brand has launched two M-series devices – Samsung Galaxy M32, and Galaxy M42 5G in the last couple of months in the country. The company seems to be gearing up to add another smartphone to the M-series lineup. A few moments ago, we spotted an upcoming Galaxy handset with model number SM-M526BR on the Geekbench benchmark database. Going by the model number, this should be the upcoming Samsung Galaxy M52 5G smartphone. Let us take a look at the details revealed via the Geekbench listing.

Samsung Galaxy M52 5G with Snapdragon 778G appears on Geekbench!

The upcoming Samsung Galaxy M52 5G has appeared on the Geekbench certification website with model number SM-M526BR. The listing reveals a score of 776 points in the single-core test, and 2877 points in the multicore test. The benchmark listing further reveals that the upcoming Samsung Galaxy SM-M526BR handset will be powered by an octa-core processor with a 1.80GHz clock frequency, code name ‘lahaina’, and Adreno 642L GPU.

Going by these details, MySmartPrice is the first one to report that the upcoming SM-M526BR will be equipped with an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G SoC. To recall, the Snapdragon 778G SoC is the only SoC to feature Adreno 642L GPU, is built on a 6nm fabrication process, and was announced just last month. The upcoming Samsung M-series handset will pack 6GB RAM, and boot Android 11 based OneUI.

A previous report had suggested that the upcoming Samsung Galaxy M52 will be a rebranded Galaxy F52 5G which was introduced last month in China. But, going by the Geekbench listing it seems like Samsung has decided to upgrade the processor. There isn’t much known about the Galaxy M52 yet, but we can expect to learn more about the handset as it passes through more certification websites in the next few weeks. What are your expectations from the upcoming Samsung Galaxy M52? Do let us know in the comments below.