Samsung Mobile’s profit may come from the high-end Galaxy S and Note series. But when it comes to sales, the mid-range Galaxy A series is the main force.

For example, during the third quarter of 2020, no less than five models in the inexpensive Galaxy A series ranked among the ten most popular smartphones in the world. In terms of Android phones, the Galaxy A51 ranked third in the July-September quarter, lagging behind its cheaper A21s and A11 cousins ​​by a small margin.

Samsung Galaxy A52 5G

The Galaxy A51 is one of Samsung’s most successful smartphones in 2020. So the Galaxy A52 5G is an important product for the company and fans of the brand. To some extent, the Galaxy A52 5G is likely to define Samsung’s mid-range product portfolio next year. Now, OnLeaks has exposed a series of 3D renderings of the Galaxy A52 5G, showing that the phone uses four cameras and some other features.

The Galaxy A52 5G uses a metal frame and a glass back panel. But the back panel no longer wraps the left and right edges of the phone like the Galaxy A51, and the back edge is similar to a 2.5D display.

Samsung Galaxy A52 5G

The camera bulge is large enough to accommodate an LED flash and four camera modules. It is reported that the size of this phone is 159.9 × 75.1 mm. Without the camera protrusion, its thickness is 8.4 mm, including the protrusion thickness of about 10 mm.

Other details revealed by these Galaxy A52 5G renders include: physical buttons on the right edge, USB-C interface on the side, speaker grille and 3.5mm audio interface on the bottom edge, and Infinity-O display. According to reports, the machine has a 6.5-inch screen and supports fingerprints under the screen. It is reported that the machine is equipped with Snapdragon 750 SoC.

Samsung Galaxy A52 5G

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