Samsung Galaxy A52 is made in India, 5G variant expected: report

Production of the Samsung Galaxy A52 has started at the company’s Greater Noida plant, according to a report. It is also said that Samsung could bring a 5G version of the Samsung Galaxy A52 to India. The smartphone was recently certified by the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS), suggesting it could soon be launched in India. The Samsung Galaxy A52 was also listed on China’s 3C certification page with 15W fast charge support.

According to industry information quoted by With 91mobiles, production of the Samsung Galaxy A52 has already started at the Samsung plant in Greater Noida. The report also suggests the smartphone could be launched in the first half of 2021. This seems likely because the 4G variant of the phone recently received BIS (Bureau of Indian Standards) certification.

The Samsung Galaxy A52 5G version will also be launched in India, according to the report. This could be to compete with other 5G offerings from companies like OnePlus, Xiaomi and Vivo that are expected to roll out in the country soon.

The smartphone’s leaked renders suggest that it may have a 6.5-inch display with a hole-punch for the selfie camera. The phone also likely has slim bezels all around. According to a previous report, the Samsung Galaxy A52 is expected to have a quad rear camera with a 64-megapixel primary sensor.

The Samsung Galaxy A52 5G got the 3C network certification in China. This is evident from a recent report that indicates that it supports 15W fast charging. A phone with the model number SM-A525F, which is believed to be the Galaxy A52 4G, was also discovered on the Geekbench benchmarking website. The listing suggests that it could be powered by a Qualcomm processor, which is likely the Snapdragon 720G. For the 5G variant, however, Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G SoC is expected under the hood.

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