We’ve been hearing about the Samsung Galaxy A52 5G since November 2020 and it just got certified by China’s 3C. Which means it’s closer to be launch and it might also come to Nigeria.
The model designation of the A52 5G is SM-A5260 and it supports 15W charging. But no other specs was revealed on the Chinese regulators website.
However, the Galaxy A52 5G spotted on Geekbench with model code SM-A526B shows the smartphone will run Android 11 out of the box and have Snapdragon 750G SoC and 6GB RAM onboard.
The 4G model (SM-A525F), on the other hand, had appeared on the benchmark database with Snapdragon 720G and 8GB RAM.
There is also a render of the Galaxy A52 5G which shows the smartphone with a 6.5 inch punch hole display and has a quad rear camera set up at the back.
It will also feature an under display fingerprint reader which suggest it will use OLED display type. You’ll also get to enjoy a 3.5mm headphone jack.
With 5G yet to be in most part of Africa, we are skeptical if the Samsung Galaxy A52 5G series will eventually make its way to Africa. To compensate for that, Samsung might just decide to bring the 4G model to Africa instead.
Whichever the case, if you are in Nigeria, Kenya, South Africa and other African countries, you should expect to see the 4G model of the Galaxy A52 soon. Samsun is known for the habit of bringing it’s non 5G phones to Africa.