At present, Samsung‘s new-generation flagship Galaxy S21 series has been exposed by the media many times, including specifications, renderings, and even official promotional videos. Of course, Samsung is not satisfied to only focus on the high-end flagship series, and Samsung does not want to give up its market share in the mid-range.
Today, we found the long-rumored Galaxy A52 5G has been certified by China 3C. According to the 3C certification. The model of this phone is SM-A5260, it should be a Chinese variant of this mid-range phone. It comes with a model number of EP-TA200 charger, the charger supports up to 15W output.
Previously, a Samsung 5G model SM-A526B appeared in the GeekBench database. According to previously exposed information, it is an upgraded product of the Galaxy A51 – Galaxy A52. This phone is equipped with 6GB RAM and runs Android 11. The single-core score of the phone is 298 points, and the multi-core score is 1001 points. It is speculated that the phone will be equipped with the Snapdragon 750G processor.
Earlier, it has been confirmed that the Galaxy A52 5G will be equipped with the Snapdragon 750G chip, which is built with an 8nm process, integrated X52 5G modem, and supports millimeter-wave and sub-6GHz 5G. This chip is 20% and 10% higher than the Snapdragon 730G in CPU and GPU performance.
It is reported that the Samsung Galaxy A series mainly faces the mid-range market and targets young consumers. Unlike other Samsung series, the Galaxy A series tends to be younger, with fashionable, slim, and colorful styles as the main design elements.