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Samsung Galaxy A52 5G variant is coming to India: Report


Samsung will be a lot busier today with the Galaxy S21 flagship smartphone launch happening in a few hours. However, the company hasn’t turned its tide on the successors to the last year’s A-series devices. It is already working on multiple devices like Galaxy A32, A52, and A72 at least as per the reports. Among these, the Galaxy A52 is said to come in both 4G and 5G variants and a report now says it’s already under production in India.


Galaxy A52 5G

According to 91Mobiles’ industry sources, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy A52 has entered mass production at Samsung’s facility in Greater Noida. What’s more interesting is that citing its sources, the report says the Galaxy A52 5G variant will launch in India. While this is in contrast to earlier BIS listings, we just have one question- Why is Samsung opting for 5G?

For this, We can only place the market’s transition as the reason in front of you. The mid-range 5G smartphones are going to boom in India this year starting with launches like the Moto G 5G, Mi 10i, upcoming realme X7. And it will be fair for Samsung to pitch a 5G variant against these rivals to oust the competition.

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That said, if the report is true, Galaxy A52 could be the first Galaxy A-series smartphone to carry the 5G support in India i.e, if it launches first ahead of other devices. This is because Samsung only brought the Galaxy A51 4G variant to India and not the 5G. And that was the case for A71

, A80 devices.

Anyway, leaks so far say that Galaxy A52 will have a thickness of 8.4mm and feature a 6.5-inch Infinity-O display. It is expected to be powered by the Snapdragon 750G(5G variant)/ Snapdragon 720G (4G variant) paired with 6 / 8 GB RAM. Other probable features include a 64MP quad-camera setup, 15W charging, Android 11, and more.

It is so far rumored to launch before H1 2021 ends and come with a price tag of under $500.

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