Samsung Galaxy F52 5G is the rumoured upcoming cellphone from the Korean large because it has now been noticed on Bluetooth SIG. The cellphone is listed with mannequin quantity SM-E5260, and whereas it does not provide any specification or design particulars of the cellphone, the certification hints that Samsung is engaged on a brand new F-series mannequin and appears to launch it sooner or later. Samsung Galaxy F52 5G is more likely to assist 5G connectivity and it stays a thriller whether or not there can be a 4G mannequin or not.
The cellphone has been spotted on Bluetooth SIG with mannequin quantity SM-E5260. It’s listed to be referred to as the Samsung Galaxy F52 5G and the certification website suggests it’ll assist Bluetooth 5.1 connectivity. Aside from this, the Bluetooth SIG itemizing reveals nothing else. The itemizing was first spotted by MySmartPrice. The cellphone was additionally reportedly noticed on 3C certification final month with the identical mannequin quantity, and the itemizing tipped that Samsung Galaxy F52 5G may assist 25W quick charging.
Given the title of the mannequin, it might see barely toned-down specs than the Samsung Galaxy F62 that was launched in February this yr. The cellphone is powered by the octa-core Exynos 9825 SoC and it packs as much as 8GB RAM. Samsung Galaxy F62 has a big 7,000mAh battery and it encompasses a 6.7-inch full-HD+ (1,080×2,400) Tremendous AMOLED Plus Infinity-O show. There’s a quad digital camera setup on the again, headlined by a 64-megapixel Sony IMX682 main sensor. For selfies and video chats, Samsung Galaxy F62 comes with a 32-megapixel digital camera on the entrance.
Samsung Galaxy F62 is priced at Rs. 23,999 and Rs. 25,999 for the 6GB RAM and 8GB RAM choices, respectively. The cellphone is in the stores on Flipkart and the Samsung India on-line retailer in addition to Reliance Digital, Jio retail shops, and choose retail shops.
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