A few weeks ago, we received a fairly detailed leak about Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy A52. The phone will be available in both 4G and 5G variants, with the latter sporting a higher refresh rate of 120Hz and a Snapdragon 750G chipset, while the 4G model will have a 90Hz screen and an SD 730G SoC.
Roland Quandt now provides more details on the cameras of both A52 variants, which will feature the same four sensors. The main sensor is a 64MP snapshot with OIS and a pixel size of 0.8µm. There is also a 12MP ultrawide module with a 123-degree field of view and a pixel size of 1.12 µm and two 5MP modules for macro photography and depth of field. We also get more confirmation on the screen refresh rates, which are 90Hz for the 4G model and 120Hz for the 5G trim. Both will offer a maximum brightness of 800 cd/m2.
Both A52 models will have 6.5-inch FHD+ panels with holes for the 32MP selfie-cam and under-display fingerprint readers. Other specifications include 4,500 mAh batteries with 25W charging, Android 11 with One UI 3.1 and up to 8GB RAM with 256GB storage with both models also having microSD expansion.
The Galaxy A52 duo is expected to launch later this month. The 4G model will cost €349 in Europe, while the A52 5G will cost €429.
Samsung Galaxy A52 cameras in depth