Samsung is reportedly working on the Galaxy A52 5G smartphone. The handset was recently spotted with its SM-A526B model number at the Geekbench benchmarking platform. Well-known tipster Steve Hemmerstoffer has now shared a few CAD renders of the Galaxy A52 to showcase its design.
The Galaxy A52 5G is expected to replace the Galaxy A51 5G that went official earlier this year. Its press renders show that the A52 5G will appear similar to the predecessor model. Apart from the CAD renders, the tipster has also shared a few pieces of information on its specs.
Samsung Galaxy A52 5G CAD renders
Like the Galaxy A51 5G, the successor model sports a top-center aligned selfie camera cutout on the display. The handset is expected to arrive with a 6.5-inch screen, which is integrated with the fingerprint reader.
Moving to the backside of the Galaxy A52 5G, it features the so-called Glasstic rear, which is nothing but a polycarbonate material that appears like glass. The device is equipped with a metallic frame. The right edge of the device has a power key and a volume rocker. Its bottom edge features a 3.5mm audio jack, a USB Type-C port, and a loudspeaker.
The Galaxy A52 5G houses a rectangle-shaped camera module on its back. The size of the housing is slightly larger than its predecessor and all the four cameras have distinct rings around them. The leak has no information on the configurations of the quad cameras. The handset measures 159.9 x 75.1 x 8.4mm and its thickness increases to 10mm at the camera bump.
Its Geekbench appearance from last month revealed that it could be powered by the Snapdragon 750G mobile platform and 6GB of RAM. It was found to be running on the latest Android 11 OS. The moniker of the device suggests that it will be positioned higher than the Galaxy A42 5G that went official in September. It is speculated to cost around $499 (~Rs 36,700) at launch. There are speculations that the smartphone may go official before the end of this year as the Galaxy A51 4G went official in December last year.