Samsung is gearing up for the launch of a new 5G smartphone in India. The company will launch the Galaxy M52 5G very soon. It will be the second M-series smartphone in India to come with 5G network support. The Galaxy M52 5G will join the M32 5G, which was launched earlier this year. Samsung is yet to announce the official launch date of the device in India. Meanwhile, the Galaxy M52 5G product page is listed on Amazon India. This confirms that the device, like other M-series phones, will go on sale via Amazon soon after its launch. Let’s take a look at the Samsung Galaxy M52 5G specifications, features and other details.
Samsung Galaxy M52 5G India launch imminent
Samsung Galaxy M52 5G launch in India is set to happen soon. Ahead of the launch, the product page of the device is live on Amazon India. The microsite does not reveal much about the device’s launch date. It reveals the device’s rear panel design and states that the “monster is back”. Samsung’s M-series of phones are often referred to as “Monster” for the big battery backup, coupled with other features.
Design renders of the device have been leaked previously by MySmartPrice, which confirms that the device listed on Amazon is the M52 5G. The phone has a triple-camera setup on the back with an LED flash placed inside the camera module. The rear panel has vertical stripes on the back.
Our source had also informed us that the device will feature a 120Hz refresh rate panel with a Full HD+ resolution. The 6.7-inch screen will have a hole-punch cutout for the front camera and come with thin bezels.
The right edge of the device has the side-mounted fingerprint scanner and the volume buttons. It will draw power from a Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G. The phone’s camera system on the back will include a 64MP primary camera, a 12MP ultrawide sensor and a 5MP depth camera. For selfies, there will be a 32MP front camera.
Lastly, the device will run Android 11-based One UI 3.1 out of the box. Details of the device’s battery capacity remain unknown at the moment.
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