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Galaxy F52 5G render shows striking new design, premium camera setup

(Topic created on: 05-03-2021 08:10 AM)
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Even after having multiple smartphone segments, last year, Samsung began a new smartphone lineup called the Galaxy F series by launching the Galaxy F41 as the very first model. The F41 comes with excellent hardware and software combination at affordable pricing.

Later on, the South Korean tech giant expanded the Galaxy F series by launching the mid-range Galaxy F62, budget Galaxy F12, and entry-level Galaxy F02s smartphones. After introducing a handful of F series phones exclusively in India, the company is likely to grow the Galaxy F family with the first 5G handset very soon.

 

 

 

Last month, we’ve encountered Samsung’s unreleased 5G smartphone with model number SM-E5260 on the 3C database with 25W fast charging support. And as per the naming strategy, it will be named the Galaxy F52 5G, the first 5G handset of the Galaxy F lineup.

After that, the Galaxy F52 5G received multiple certifications, listed on Google Play Console and adding more fuel to the fire, the emerging concept creator HoiINDI exclusively brought us a set of high-resolution CAD renders of the Galaxy F52 5G, which gives us our very first look at its premium design, camera system, and more.

 

According to previous reports, the Galaxy F52 5G will feature a 6.5″ Super AMOLED display with Full HD+ resolution and runs the latest Android 11-based One UI 3.1 out of the box. Under the hood, it equips the Snapdragon 750G processor (most probably with Adreno 619 GPU) supported by 8GB of RAM.

Aside from this, the Galaxy F52 packs a 4,350mAh battery (typical capacity of 4,500mAh) with up to 25W fast charging. Other than the 5G connectivity, the additional specs of this phone include GPS, dual-band Wi-Fi b/g/n/ac, Wi-Fi Direct, and Bluetooth 5.1. However, the Galaxy F52 5G could be based on the Galaxy A52, it is expected to highlight an IP67 rating for dust and water resistance, stereo speakers, and an under-screen fingerprint reader.

 

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