Last December, Samsung launched the Galaxy A51 5G in some markets like Vietnam. Earlier this year, after launching the Exynos 9611 edition of the Galaxy A51 4G, the South Korean company released the Galaxy A51 5G UW with Snapdragon 765G in the US. Recent reports have revealed that the company is now working on the Galaxy A52 5G as a successor to the Galaxy A51 5G.
The Galaxy A42 5G that debuted in September has the model number SM-A426B. Hence, it appears that the SM-A526B model number that has appeared at Geekbench could be the upcoming Galaxy A52 5G.
Samsung Galaxy A52 5G Geekbench listing
The source code of the Galaxy A52 5G’s Geekbench appearance reveals that it is powered by a chipset that includes the Adreno 619 GPU. This is clear hint that the device is equipped with the Snapdragon 750G chipset. On Geekbench, the SoC is mentioned with its 1.80GHz base frequency and “lito” codename.
The Geekbench listing further reveals that the SoC is coupled with 6GB of RAM and it is loaded with the latest Android 11. In the single-core and multi-core tests of Geekbench, the A52 has scored 700 and 1800, respectively. It seems that the South Korean company could be internally testing the Geekbench performance of the pre-production unit of the A52 5G.
It was reported in September that the Galaxy A52 5G will be featuring a quad-camera system that will include a 64-megapixel primary shooter. The camera module is also expected to include a macro lens. There are speculations that the device will carry support for wireless charging. The company is also expected to release a 4G version of the Galaxy A52.
The Galaxy A52 5G will be the second phone from Samsung after the Galaxy A42 5G to feature the Snapdragon 750G mobile platform. The A42 5G which is currently the brand’s cheapest 5G phone is equipped with specs like a 6.6-inch FHD+ AMOLED display, up to 6GB of RAM, up to 128GB of storage, a 48-megapixel quad camera system, a 20-megapixel selfie camera, and a 5,000mAh battery with 15W fast charging support.