Leak reveals Galaxy A52 4G processor and specs

Leak reveals Galaxy A52 4G processor and specs
We have had some leaks about the budget-friendly Samsung Galaxy A52 5G, detailing its main camera and its possible price. Now, its 4G variant has been spotted on an alleged Geekbench listing. The listing shows that it may come with the Snapdragon 720G chip and that it beats the 5G variant in the leaked benchmark, reports Gadgets 360.

The expected model number for the Galaxy A52 4G is the SM-A525F. The curious fact is that its processor actually beat the expected Snapdragon 750 chip on the 5G-enabled model of the Galaxy A52. In single-core, the A52 4G scored 554, beating the 298 result of the A52 5G, and in multi-core, the 4G variant scored 1,689, again beating the 5G variants’ score of 1,001. This pretty much means that according to this result, the Galaxy A52 4G variant's processor is going to be faster than the one on the 5G-enabled variant.

However, it’s important to note that the 5G-enabled A52 could have been a pre-production unit and it had 6GB of RAM, compared to the 8GB of RAM on the benchmarked A52 4G.

The listing details some other specifications of the A52 4G as well. It is expected to come with Android 11 out of the box, complemented by One UI 3.0. Additionally, we might not see an Exynos-powered version of the phone for markets outside the US and South Korea, as it seems the Galaxy A52 4G will come for all markets with the Snapdragon processor.

We don’t have the official launch date for the Galaxy A52 yet, but the phone will most likely launch in the first quarter of 2021.

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Galaxy A52
  • Display 6.5 inches
  • Camera 64 MP (Quad camera) front
  • Hardware Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G 6GB RAM
  • OS Android 11 Samsung One UI

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