Samsung Galaxy A52 5G was quite frequent in the news lately, the more powerful Galaxy A72 5G also made it in the headlines. Now, a new GeekBench certification reveals that Samsung is not just launching 5G phones but is also making 4G variants of these phones and the Galaxy A52 is the first one.
The GeekBench listing shows a smartphone with model number Samsung SM-A525F with the board name ‘atoil’. The board confirms that the phone is rocking the Qualcomm Snapdragon 720G chipset inside and hence has scored quite well. It was able to score 546 single-core points and 1703 multi-core points on the GeekBench 5.
The variant which we are looking at above is the 8GB RAM variant which we expect will have up to 256GB of onboard storage. One eye-catching piece of information on the sheet was its OS. the Samsung Galaxy A52 5G will run on Android 11 and is expected to have the One Touch UI on top of it.
This is the first time we are looking at the 4G variant of the Galaxy A52 and it has completely different internals from the 5G variant. Surprisingly, the Galaxy A52 5G was earlier spotted with 6GB of RAM boarding the Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G SoC but the 4G variant has 8GB of RAM config. As of now, there are no other details about the 4G variant but we’ll update you once we get more information on the same.
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