Samsung is gearing up for the launch of a new M-series smartphone. The South Korean tech giant recently launched the Galaxy M32 in India. Samsung could soon unveil a smartphone as a Galaxy M51 successor. The Galaxy M52 will launch as a 5G smartphone. The company is yet to announce the official launch date of its new smartphone. Ahead of the launch, some key details of the device have leaked online. The device has already visited Geekbench, revealing some key specs around the performance unit. The latest development has leaked the Galaxy M52’s camera specs. Let’s take a look at the Samsung Galaxy M52 5G specifications, features, and other details.
Samsung Galaxy M52 5G camera specs tipped
Samsung could launch the Galaxy M52 5G very soon. The device’s camera specifications have leaked ahead of the launch. According to a Galaxy Club report, the Samsung smartphone will launch with a quad-camera setup. The device will have a 64MP primary camera. Samsung is likely to use an ISOCELL GW3 sensor on the M52. The phone is also tipped to feature a 12MP ultrawide camera sensor and a 5MP macro camera. Details about the last camera sensor are unknown at the moment.
If you look at the leaked camera specs, it is quite similar to the Galaxy A52. In that case, the fourth camera sensor is likely a 5MP depth sensor. The device’s other details have leaked via Geekbench. The device with the model number SM-M526BR will feature a Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G SoC. It will come paired with an Adreno 642L GPU and 6GB of RAM. As expected, the device will boot Android 11-based OneUI out of the box.
It was previously expected that the phone is a rebranded version of the Galaxy F52 5G which was introduced last month in China. The Geekbench listing suggests that the phone will feature some changes. Samsung is yet to make an official announcement around the device’s launch date. We will share more details as and when more details are available.
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