One of the most anticipated mobiles in the mid-range is the Samsung Galaxy A52. Well, the Samsung Galaxy A52. If the rumors and leaks are true, we will have two variants, one with 4G and the other with 5G.
In recent weeks we have been seeing some of its characteristics, and also some renderings based on internal information from the factories. Today is the turn of the photographs.
The Samsung Galaxy A52 is inspired by the Galaxy Note 20
Although we had already confirmed what the design of the Galaxy A52 would be like, the new tests in the form of real photographs let us see that it will look quite similar to the Galaxy Note 20, with that rectangular camera module quite prominent but not integrated into the frame, like do the S21.
You have been a Twitter user, Ahmed Qwaider, the one who shared these images.
Among the confirmed benefits is the IP67 water resistance, something that we see for the first time in the Galaxy A with an adjusted price and that seems to us a success on the part of Samsung. This is not something that is seen in the mid-range and for some users it may be a relevant factor when choosing a mobile.
Double speaker, 25W load …
In addition to these leaks, others, coming from TechTalkTV, indicate that this would be the first Galaxy A with a double speaker. In addition, the fast battery charge would be 25W, the same as in the S21, although far from the 65W that we see in other brands.
The presence of a 64 Mpx main sensor on the rear is also confirmed. And be careful, because it would have optical stabilization, something that is normally reserved for the flagships of each company.
It is expected that the starting price of this Samsung Galaxy A52 will not be more expensive than that of its predecessor, staying at 369 euros. Of course, it is more than likely that the 5G model exceeds 400 euros.
As always, you have to take information from leaks with some care, although as a launch approaches (and it seems to be very close) the data is more and more reliable.
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