Samsung Galaxy A52 Camera and Display Specs Revealed in Fresh Leak, Here’re the Specifications We Know So Far

The tipster suggests that the 5G variant of the Galaxy A52 will sport a 120Hz refresh rate display,

Samsung Galaxy A52 5G

Samsung is planning to expand its A series with the launch of the Galaxy A52. We have already witnessed a series of leaks and rumours about the smartphone and it has also appeared on Google Play Console and NBTC listings. Now in the latest development, a popular leakster has shared a post on his official Twitter handle claiming the specifications and features of the smartphone. Here’s a closer look at the new leaks of the upcoming Galaxy A51 smartphone.

Samsung Galaxy A52 Leak

According to popular tipster Roland Quandt, the Galaxy A52 is going to arrive with the quad-camera setup with the combination of 64-megapixel 81°, 0.8 µm, OIS + 12-megapixel 123°, 1.12 µm + 5-megapixel macro 78°, 1.12 µm 5 MP depth 85°, 1.12 µm. The tipster also suggests that the smartphone will be launched in two variants one with 4G and another with 5G connectivity. The tipster suggests that the 4G model will be launched with a 90Hz refresh rate display and the 5G variant will sport a 120Hz refresh rate display and both the models will feature 800 cd/m2 max brightness.

Besides, the tipster didn’t reveal much about the specifications of the smartphone. The Galaxy A52 was recently spotted on Google Play Console revealing that the handset will be launched with an Infinity-O display with a punch-hole cutout design that accommodates the front camera sensor.

The listing also suggests that the smartphone will pack a Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G SoC, clubbed with 6GB RAM and runs Android 11 on top of One UI 3.1, out of the box. Earlier reports also suggest that the smartphone will feature 8GB RAM and 256GB storage.

The Galaxy A52 is also expected to feature a 6.5-inch Full HD+ Infinity-O Super AMOLED display with a density of 420ppi. However, do note that the above-mentioned information is not confirmed by the company and we recommend you to take this information with a pinch of salt.