Samsung Galaxy A52’s camera specs have emerged on line. The approaching Samsung Galaxy smartphone will have a quad rear camera setup with a 64-megapixel key sensor, as per an on line report. Samsung is reportedly building the Galaxy A52 proper now, and it will be a couple of months ahead of the cellphone is launched. Though no other specifics are readily available proper now, the Samsung Galaxy A52 is anticipated to be launched finish of this 12 months or the start out of upcoming 12 months.
A report by Galaxy Club says that Samsung Galaxy A52 will have a macro camera, but will not carry a zoom lens. The 64-megapixel key camera will be an improve from Samsung Galaxy A51’s 48-megapixel key sensor. So far, no details about the broad-angle camera and depth sensor has emerged.
Samsung Galaxy A52 will assistance 5G, as per the report, but it is anticipated that the cellphone will be readily available in LTE variant as effectively, like its predecessor.
Samsung Galaxy A50 and Galaxy A51 have been Samsung’s most preferred mid-variety smartphone, with the latter’s 5G variant staying the most very affordable 5G cellphone by Samsung at present readily available.
Samsung Galaxy A52 was amongst the 9 cellphone names that the South Korean firm had trademarked in January. The other phones trademarked by Samsung had been Samsung Galaxy A12, Samsung Galaxy A22, Samsung Galaxy A32, Samsung Galaxy A42, Samsung Galaxy A62, Samsung Galaxy A72, Samsung Galaxy A82, and Samsung Galaxy A92.
A report by The Elec in June had mentioned that Samsung will be incorporating wireless charging abilities to its Galaxy A (2021) series. The report had mentioned that this was staying completed in buy to strengthen the competitiveness of mid-ranged phones. As of now, only Samsung’s premium phones like the Galaxy S and Galaxy Note series have wireless charging.
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