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Samsung Galaxy A52 5G to be launched soon, equipped with Android 11 and Snapdragon 750G processor

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Samsung has launched several new smartphones this year and the trend is still going on. Another new smartphone in the company’s smartphone range is the Galaxy A52 5G. Recently Samsung’s upcoming smartphone has been spotted on the benchmarking website Geekbench. After appearing in the Geekbench listing, it is now believed that the launch date of Galaxy A52 5G is not far away.

6 GB RAM and Android 11 OS
This smartphone on the Geekbench listing is listed by model number SM-A526B. According to the listing, this device got 298 in single core test and 1001 in multi-core test. This phone equipped with 6 GB RAM works on Android 11 OS.

Can get snapdragon 750g processor
No information about the phone’s processor has been given in this listing. However, this ‘lito’ codename is listed with a processor with a base frequency of 1.80Ghz. Adreno 619 given for graphics is being speculated that this phone will come with Snapdragon 750G chipset.

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64 megapixel primary camera
In September, it was revealed that this phone will come with a quad camera setup with 64 megapixel primary lens. Apart from this, an ultraviolet angle sensor, a macro lens and a depth assist lens have been given in the phone. No information has come out about how many megapixels the rest of the lens will be.

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Galaxy A72 5G will have five rear cameras
In a recent report it was said that the main camera of Galaxy A52 5G will be supplied by Samsung Electro-Mechanics. It was also said in the same report that the Samsung Galaxy A72 5G will be the company’s first smartphone with a Penta camera setup. It is rumored that it can be given an 8 megapixel and a 3x telephoto lens with a 64 megapixel main camera.

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