Samsung’s oven does not stop and launches are happening at a speed that we can hardly assimilate the novelties and we already have more in the hands. One of the Korean firm’s next models will be the Samsung Galaxy M52, tucked into its budget midlines if we look at the price of previous generations, like the Galaxy M51, and has just leaked almost completely.

According to the leaks, the future Samsung Galaxy M52 will increase the power level to be in the middle of the high ranges. Evidenced by the Snapdragon 778G which appears in the foreground of the specifications unveiled upstream. But let’s see line by line the range of this Galaxy M52 from the Asian firm whose presentation date is not yet known.

A leap in power for the Galaxy M52

If the filtering is correct, the Snapdragon 778G will take care of moving the future Samsung Galaxy M52 which, if nothing changes, will have 5G connectivity, WiFi 6 and Bluetooth 5.1, at a minimum. Although knowing Samsung, it’s likely that we also have an NFC chip and a headphone jack in the setup. We’ll see what happens.

For the screen, we’ll have a 6.7-inch Super AMOLED panel with a 20: 9 ratio and FullHD + resolution, leaving us 2,400 x 1,080 pixels. It will also be a pegboard to house a front camera which the leak says will be 32 megapixels and will come with an f / 2.2 aperture lens. In memories, 6GB / 128GB and 8GB / 128GB.

In the rear equipment we will have 64 megapixels f / 1.8 in the front, 12 megapixels f / 2.2 with ultra wide angle lens and 5 megapixels f / 2.4 for depth readings. Some images have occasionally shown a fourth camera so we can have a macro lens on hand, but this is not reflected in the leaked data.

The future Galaxy M52 will arrive with Android 11 running One UI 3.1 and protected by Knox 3.7. Although the size of the device’s battery is not known (the M51 carried no more or less than 7,000mAh with 25W fast charging), here we have the dimensions: the Galaxy M52 will be 164 millimeters high. , 75 millimeters wide and 7 millimeters thick, thinking 175 grams.

Via | GSMArena