Samsung is already refreshing its mid-range A series of smartphones for 2021, and it won’t be stopping anytime soon. In fact, the A5x has yet to be arrived at, which has always been its best-selling smartphone.
Pending an official announcement, Evan Blass of @evleaks Fame has got their hands on the following render, which looks official, which depicts the upcoming Galaxy A52 5G.
Compared to its predecessor, the A51 5G, the front is eerily similar, while at the rear the camera layout is both different in terms of sensor placement, but also in terms of island design that houses them all. The new design brings this array of cameras in line with the other recent devices of the Korean company.
As an added bonus, Blass also shared a full frontal photo of the upcoming Galaxy A72 5G, another upcoming phone that we’ve seen before. And if we hadn’t told you it was a different device, you probably could have easily assumed it was still the A52 – that’s how close those designs are.
The Galaxy A52 5G was taken to Geekbench with a 750G Snapdragon at the helm last year, and a certification let us know that it supports 15W charging. More details on these two handsets are expected to be released shortly, so stay tuned.