Samsung has what could be its most powerful Galaxy M series phone yet in the works. The Galaxy M52 5G was recently spotted with what looks like Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 778G processor, and it is expected to be the second 5G-enabled Galaxy M smartphone Samsung will bring to the market.
Today, camera specs for the Galaxy M52 5G have been revealed by our friends over at GalaxyClub, and it seems things aren’t going to be very interesting — or unique — on that front compared to what we can expect from the phone in terms of pure processing power.
Galaxy M52 5G camera specs aren’t particuarly exciting
That’s because it seems the Galaxy M52 5G will have a camera setup similar to the one we see on the Galaxy A52. It’s already known that the M52 5G will have a 64MP main shooter, and we’re now learning that it will be accompanied by a 12MP ultra-wide sensor and a 5MP macro sensor.
There’s no word on a fourth rear sensor, though we can expect a 5MP depth sensor to be part of the setup as well. As for selfies, those will apparently be handled by a 32MP sensor. Again, nothing particularly interesting or new here, as these are pretty common camera specs for mid-rangers Samsung has launched in 2021.
As for other Galaxy M52 5G specs, those are currently a mystery, though it’s likely to share some of its hardware with the Galaxy A52. Whether or not that means the phone will have features like stereo speakers and IP67 water and dust resistance remains to be seen. Battery capacity is not known, either, but at least a 6,000 mAh cell is likely, considering the M51 has a 7,000 mAh battery and anything less than 6,000 mAh would be a huge downgrade.