Samsung Galaxy M52 5G certified ahead of release

Samsung is preparing to unveil the Galaxy M52 5G smartphone - it is already undergoing the latest certification tests. Last month, the device was listed in the database of the Chinese regulator 3C, and now it is seen on the website of the Indian regulator BIS (Bureau of Indian Standards). So the premiere of new items will take place in the coming weeks.

The catalog number of the Galaxy M52 5G is SM-M526B / DS, and these are all the details about the model that can be gleaned from the BIS database. Nevertheless, there is something to be said about the characteristics of the smartphone. The Galaxy M52 5G is expected to be virtually a clone of the Galaxy F52 5G model previously unveiled in China. This smartphone, recall, has an IPS screen with a diagonal of 6.6 inches with a Full HD + resolution with a frame rate of 120 Hz, 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of flash memory, a quad camera with the main sensor with a resolution of 64 megapixels. But the Galaxy M52 5G platform will most likely have its own - Snapdragon 778G instead of Snapdragon 750G. And changes are possible in terms of battery capacity: the Galaxy F52 5G has only 4500 mAh, while the Galaxy M51 has 7000 mAh. Galaxy M is traditionally a line of long-lived smartphones, so the battery of the predecessor Galaxy M52 5G is much better suited.  

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