Samsung Galaxy F52 5G Appears on TENAA With Live Images and Full Specifications

The Galaxy F52 5G has gained the TENAA certification ahead of launch.

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Update: The Galaxy F52 5G TENAA listing is now updated with the renders of the phone. The updated listing shows us that the Galaxy F52 5G will feature a punch-hole display with the selfie camera cutout located at the top right side of the screen. The device will sport a quad-camera setup. The text engraved beside the camera module reveals that the device will come with a 64-megapixel main primary camera. Since there’s no existence of the physical fingerprint sensor at the rear side, we can expect the device to come with an in-display fingerprint sensor.

The Galaxy F52 5G will sport a 6.5-inch display with a 1080 × 2408 pixels resolution. The device will measure at around 164.63mm×76.3mm×8.7mm in terms of dimensions and will weigh 199 grams. The smartphone will be powered by an octa-core 2.2GHz processor. It will pack 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. The device will even have a microSD card support option, allowing storage expansion up to 2TB. In terms of optics, the Galaxy F52 5G will feature a 64-megapixel main primary camera. For the selfies and video-calling, the phone might sport a 16MP camera. The whole package will be fueled by a 4350mAh battery capacity (Typical capacity: 4500mAh). The smartphone will be available in Dark Blue, Gray, and White colour options.

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Samsung Galaxy F52 5G launch seems to be inching more closer, considering that the phone has started appearing on multiple certifications. The Galaxy F52 5G was spotted on the Wi-Fi Alliance and the Bluetooth SIG certification recently. The Bluetooth SIG certification revealed the official product name of the handset for the first time. Now, in a recent development, the Galaxy F52 5G has gained the required TENAA certification in China. The TENAA certification for now only reveals few specs of the device such as its battery capacity details and the software version the phone will be coming in.

Samsung Galaxy F52 5G Appears on TENAA With 4350mAh Battery and Android 11

The Galaxy F52 5G that has appeared in the TENAA certification has a model number as SM-E5260. This is the same model which had appeared in the 3C, Bluetooth SIG, and Wi-Fi Alliance certification recently. If we have a look at the specs revealed by the preliminary TENAA listing, we can see that the Galaxy F52 5G will measure at around 164.63mm×76.3mm×8.7mm in terms of dimensions. The phone will run Android 11 out of the box with OneUI 3.1. The device will draw power from a 4350mAh battery, as revealed by the TENAA certification.

The other specs of the handset such as the display size, camera details are yet to be released by the TENAA authority. As the days pass the TENAA listing might get updated with the renders of the phone as well. The previous leak suggests us that the Galaxy F52 5G will offer support for up to 25W fast charging (9.0V,2.77A), as disclosed by the 3C certification earlier. The phone will come with Bluetooth 5.1 support, as per the Bluetooth SIG certification. It will have dual-band Wi-Fi connectivity.

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As the days pass we should have more details about the hardware specs of the device if it appears on Geekbench before the launch. Now, that the phone has already gained the 3C, Bluetooth SIG, Wi-Fi Alliance, and TENAA certification, we can expect Samsung to officially reveal the launch date of the Galaxy F52 5G in the upcoming days.

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