The Galaxy A52 has been a huge hit, thanks to its combination of features and pricing. It offers a massive improvement over the Galaxy A51 and brings a high-refresh-rate display, an OIS camera, a faster processor, a bigger battery, and an IP67 rating for dust and water resistance. It was revealed last month that Samsung has been working on a souped-up version of the Galaxy A52 with an even faster processor, and it just moved closer to the launch.
The Galaxy A52s (SM-A528B/DS) has been spotted on Samsung’s website for the German market. The South Korean firm has published a dedicated support webpage for the phone, which means that the Galaxy A52s will be launched in Germany. We also expect the phone to launch in other European markets. Going by its model number, the phone features a dual-SIM card slot and 5G connectivity.
Previous leaks and reports have shown that the Galaxy A52s will feature the flagship-grade Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G processor. The phone will be available in two variants, one with 6GB RAM and the other with 8GB RAM. If we were to guess, the version with 6GB RAM could have 128GB internal storage, while the variant with 8GB RAM could have 256GB internal storage. The phone is expected to cost €449 in Europe.
The Galaxy A52s was benchmarked with Android 11, and it could come with One UI 3.1 out of the box. It could be available in at least three colors: black, light green, and white. It is expected that the Galaxy A52s will feature the same camera setup as seen on the Galaxy A52, but Samsung could surprise us by replacing the 5MP macro cam with a telephoto camera. The phone is expected to debut in South Korea sometime next month.