Samsung Galaxy A52 TENAA Listing Tips 6.46-Inch Display, 4,500mAh Battery


Samsung Galaxy A52 has reportedly been noticed on the TENAA certification web site, the place it reveals that the cellphone will come outfitted with a 6.46-inch show and pack a 4,500mAh battery. The specs, design, and options of the cellphone have been leaked extensively prior to now. Earlier this week, the cellphone’s color choices have been additionally allegedly leaked. Stories mentioned the cellphone is prone to be supplied in color choices known as Superior Black, Superior Blue, Superior Violet, and Superior White. The cellphone’s design has additionally been making rounds on the Web.

As per the data offered by the listing on TENAA, a cellphone with mannequin quantity SM-A5260, which has been related to the Samsung Galaxy A52 from prior reviews, will include a 6.46-inch show, a 4,500mAh battery and runs on Android 11. It’s a 5G cellphone, although there are reports that declare Samsung might launch a 4G variant as effectively. Lately, 360-degree rotating renders of the cellphone surfaced on-line exhibiting the cellphone in 4 color variants known as Superior Black, Superior Blue, Superior Violet, and Superior White.

As per a latest report, the Samsung Galaxy A52 4G will probably be priced at EUR 369 (roughly Rs. 32,700) for the 6GB RAM + 128GB storage variant in Europe, and EUR 429 (roughly Rs. 38,000) for 8GB RAM + 256GB storage variant. In the case of the 5G variant, the cellphone could possibly be priced at EUR 459 (roughly Rs. 40,700) for 6GB RAM + 128GB storage, and EUR 509 (roughly Rs. 45,100) for the 8GB RAM + 256GB storage configuration.

Samsung Galaxy A52 5G has additionally received Bluetooth and Wi-Fi certification in latest instances. The Wi-Fi itemizing reveals the cellphone listed with mannequin numbers SM-A526N, SM-A5260, and SM-A526B. A earlier report additionally claimed that in India, the cellphone is being manufactured in Samsung’s Larger Noida facility in Uttar Pradesh.

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