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Samsung Galaxy A52 5G Got Bluetooth SIG Certification

It is expected that Samsung will launch its Galaxy A Series’s leading smartphones soon, which are Galaxy A52 and Galaxy A72. Both smartphones are already spotted on many other certification sites.

Today, the Galaxy A52 5G has been spotted on the famous Bluetooth SIG Certification site, which usually reveals the Bluetooth specifications. As it is mentioned in the certification, the Galaxy A52 will be equipped with Bluetooth V5.0. This version is not the latest one, but still, it got all the main features.

Galaxy A52 5G Bluetooth Certification

Further, two model numbers are mentioned in the certification: SM-A526B, SM-A526B/DS. The second one denotes the dual SIM version, and it may also support the Dual 5G Standby feature.

The applicant for this certification is Samsung Electronics Company Limited, and it has been revealed on 22nd January.

The Galaxy A52 5G will feature a 6.5 inches Infinity-O (Single Punch-Hole) AMOLED Display as per previous reports. It is expected that the 4G version of this model will feature the Snapdragon 720G chipset, while the 5G version is equipped with Snapdragon 750G.

It is expected that Galaxy A52 will feature five cameras on the backside with a primary 64MP sensor. It is still not confirmed whether the number of cameras is 4 or 5. The Galaxy A52 5G will come with Samsung’s old 15W charger (EP-TA200), as revealed by 3C Certification.

The launch of Galaxy A52 5G along with Galaxy A72 is expected soon. Samsung has already revealed its Galaxy A32 5G in some countries. So definitely, the next number is Galaxy A52 5G & Galaxy A72 5G.

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Harris Zahid

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