We are aware of the fact that Samsung is preparing for the launch of two new A-Series devices, the Galaxy A52 and A72. In the past few days, we’ve already learnt many of the details of both these devices, thanks to the benchmarks and other certifications. Just yesterday, the support page of the Galaxy A72 went live on Samsung’s official Russian website, and now we have found some traces of the handset from the FCC certification. The Galaxy A72 4G variant toting a model number SM-A725M has cleared the FCC certification, intimating us that it might go official in the upcoming days.
The online documents don’t reveal much details of the device as of now, but the handset might offer a 25W Fast charging support. In addition to the FCC certification, the Galaxy A72 also has appeared on Samsung’s Carribbean and Latin America website with model number SM-A725M. Other rumors do depict that the Galaxy A72 will be launching in both 4G and 5G variant. Few days ago, the Galaxy A72 4G model (SM-A725F) had appeared in the Geekbench database with 8GB of RAM, and a Snapdragon 720G SoC. The other specification of the device remains a mystery as of now, but its couterpart 5G model is said to feature a 6.7-inch Punch hole display. Both the 4G and 5G version are considered to be similar in terms of design perspective, offering a quad rear camera setup.
Even the German pricing of the Galaxy A72 was revealed online which suggests that the 4G variant might retail for around EUR 449 for the 128GB internal storage. Higher-end 256GB model’s price could start at EUR 509. For now, there is no information regarding the 5G variant of the Galaxy A72.
Along with Galaxy A72, Samsung is even preparing for the Galaxy A52, which is also said to arrive in both 4G and 5G variant. The Galaxy A52 is considered to pack 8GB of RAM, a Snapdragon 720G SoC, running Android 11 on top. Leaked details suggest us that the Galaxy A52 4G variant might go official with a price tag of EUR 369 for the 128GB of internal storage. As far as pricing of the 5G model with 256GB storage goes, it might retail for around EUR 429.
As of now, Samsung is yet to reveal the official launch date of both these upcoming device. However, considering the support page of the devices going live, and the handset appearing in the benchmark and certification database, the official launch doesn’t seems to be far away.