A new Samsung smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy F52 5G, edges closer to being launched as it was recently certified by TENAA in China. The smartphone has previously received 3C, Bluetooth SIG, and WIFI Alliance certifications but this new one revealed the design of the phone along with some specs as the smartphone was seen to have quad rear cameras with a 64MP primary camera and a punch-hole front camera on the right side of the screen.
The listing which was spotted by MySmartPrice reveals that the Samsung Galaxy F52 5G measures 164.63mm * 76.3mm * 8.7mm featuring a 6.5-inch FHD Super AMOLED Infinity-O display. The device is powered by Snapdragon 750G and it will run on Android 11 OS along with one UI 3.1 custom skin on top and a battery of 4350mAh which supports 25W fast charging.
The device is expected to have 8GB RAM and a 128GB internal storage that's expandable to up to 2TB with an SD card and is also expected to come along with Bluetooth V5.1, dual-band WIFI, a model number SM-E5260. Samsung Galaxy F52 5G is expected to feature Dual SIM.
Aside from the information gotten after the smartphone was certified by TENAA, there hasn't been much information available since the smartphone made its first appearance on the internet, however, it shouldn't be long now before more concrete information surfaces about the Samsung Galaxy F52 5G.