Samsung might be busy with the upcoming release of a new smartphone and new smartphone series with the arrival of the camera-centric Galaxy F41. However, this will not stop the company from keeping its usual schedule for the already established Galaxy A and M series. According to recent reports, the company is now gearing for the release of the Galaxy A52. The Galaxy A50 was released in 2019 and was one of the most successful devices carrying the Galaxy A-series. In the end of the last year, Samsung introduced a sequel dubbed Galaxy A51 and it was equally successful. Now, the company is moving on to the Galaxy A52 that comes to keep the success of its predecessors.
Upgraded 64MP shooter and a macro sensor
Today a new report came from GalaxyClub.nl with a couple of new details regarding the new handset and its cameras. According to the report, the Galaxy A52 is coming in two distinct flavors like its predecessor. One will offer 5G connectivity while the other will be focusing on markets with just LTE. Moreover, the handset is coming with a powerful Quad-camera sensor lead by a 64MP shooter. This is a major step over its predecessor that comes with a 48MP shooter. Besides the main sensor, the new handset will pack a macro snapper, ultrawide, and depth sensors. The handset is expected for Q4 2020.
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Samsung unveiled the Galaxy A51 in December last year. The company may adopt a similar schedule for the A51, however, considering that first leaks are already popping out, we wouldn’t be surprised by an earlier release. Unfortunately, we still don’t have many details regarding the A51 specifications. We expect it to come with an Exynos chipset in both LTE and 5G flavors. The handset may also include a punch-hole AMOLED display with FHD+ resolution. The display may be slightly bigger than the Galaxy A51. We expect the battery to have 5,000mAh, and the device certainly will come with.
According to SamMobile, the device could be the first of Samsung A-series to include wireless charging capabilities. The report states that the company is preparing this functionality for the next year’s Galaxy A phones. Considering the appeal the Galaxy A52 will have due to the success of its predecessors, the phone could be the perfect option to deploy new functionalities.