The Samsung Galaxy A52s 5G has moved a step closer to the launch as it has bagged Bluetooth SIG’s certification. It’s listed on the certifying authority’s website with three model numbers – SM-A528B, SM-A528B_DS, and SM-A528N.
The listings don’t include any specs about the Galaxy A52s 5G, but thanks to Geekbench, we know the A52s 5G with model code SM-A528B will be powered by Snapdragon 778G SoC, run Android 11, and have 8GB RAM onboard. The same model was certified by FCC as well, revealing Wi-Fi 6 connectivity and the presence of an NFC chip on board.
There’s no word from Samsung about the Galaxy A52s 5G yet, but previous leaks suggest the A52s 5G will just be a Galaxy A52 5G with a Snapdragon 778G chip under the hood and cost €450 in Europe with 128GB storage.
Samsung Galaxy A52s 5G leaked render (Source: @_snoopytech_)
While we wait for official information from Samsung about the Galaxy A52s 5G, you can read our initial impressions of the Galaxy A52 5G here. It’s going through our review gauntlet at the office, so stick around to see if it’s a worthy buy.