The Galaxy A52s 5G is Samsung’s first phone to feature the excellent new Snapdragon 778G processor, and the company is working on another handset with the same chip that’s bound to be more enticing. That handset is the Galaxy M52 5G, which we’ve heard about a fair bit in the last couple of months and is expected to offer specs similar to the Galaxy A52s 5G at a more aggressive price, as is normal for Galaxy M series smartphones.
Now, thanks to certification from the Bluetooth SIG organization, the Galaxy M52 5G has moved a step closer to launch. The certification doesn’t tell us anything new about the phone, but with Bluetooth SIG approval now in its kitty, the Galaxy M52 5G won’t remain a secret for long.
Power of the Snapdragon 778G at an aggressive price tag, coming soon…
Not that rumors and leaks have left much scope for that to happen. Known Galaxy M52 5G specs include a 6.7-inch Full HD+ Super AMOLED display, a 5,000 mAh battery, a 64MP main rear camera flanked by 12MP ultra-wide and 5MP macro lenses, and a 32MP front-facing camera. It’s expected to support 25W super fast charging, though a 15W charger is what customers might get in the box.
Despite specs that clearly beat the Galaxy A52s 5G in many areas, the Galaxy M52 5G could be a more affordable phone when it hits retail shelves. However, the Galaxy M series isn’t sold globally, so the Galaxy M52 5G may end up being out of your reach unless Samsung decides to expand availability. We’ll let you know once more details on the phone surface, so stay tuned.