A few weeks ago, Samsung launched its Galaxy F62 (SM-E625F), the company’s first mid-range smartphone equipped with Exynos 9825. It seems that Samsung is working on another mid-range device from Galaxy F-Series.
Today, a model number “SM-E5260” from Samsung has been listed on Chinese 3C (or CCC) Certification. As per our calculation, the device would be named as “Galaxy F52” 5G version.
In the 3C Certification, it is observed that the device is the Chinese version of Galaxy F52 5G, as per model number. It can be seen that the device would also come with an EP-TA800 charger which is a 25W charger from Samsung, has been used in many previous flagship devices of Samsung.
The charger also supports charging in the following modes: 15W (5V, 3A) and maximum 25W (9V, 2.77A). In the certification, it can also be seen that the applicant of this certification is “Samsung (China) Investment Company Limited.”
It is also possible that this may be a rebranded version of Galaxy A52 5G. In the past, Samsung has already revealed that the Galaxy F02s would be rebranded version of Galaxy A02s.
If things are really like that, then we can expect Snapdragon 750G chipset in this model. The chipset is not as good as Exynos 9825 but still supports 5G and can do heavy tasks.
For now, there is no official confirmation about the existence of the device. But it can be concluded that the device is in development and may be launched soon.