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Samsung Galaxy A52 Camera Details Leaked

The mid-range Samsung Galaxy A50 that debuted last year had received good reception from users and critics. The Galaxy A51 that debuted at the end of the last year had also met with positive response. This year went to release 5G version of the Galaxy A51.  Fresh information reveals that the South Korean company is now working on the Galaxy A52 smartphone. GalaxyClub.nl has shared some vital details on the camera configurations of the Galaxy A52.

Like the predecessor model, the Galaxy A52 is likely to arrive in LTE and 5G editions. The publication revealed that the Galaxy A52 will have a quad camera system that is led by a 64-megapixel main camera. In comparison, the Galaxy A51 came with a 48-megapixel primary shooter on its back. The camera setup of the A52 will also include a macro camera. The details of the ultrawide and depth sensors are not known yet

The report has no information on the launch date of the Galaxy A52. The Galaxy A51 that debuted in December 2019 was made available for purchase by early 2020. The South Korean company may adopt the same strategy for the A52 phone this year.

As the moniker suggests, the Galaxy A52 will be positioned higher than the Galaxy A42 5G phone that debuted earlier this month. The handset is priced at 369 euros, which makes it the cheapest 5G-ready phone from the brand. It comes in three colors such as black, white, and gray.

The Galaxy A42 5G has a 6.6-inch S-AMOLD display with in-screen fingerprint sensor and Full HD+ resolution support. It is unclear which processor powers the smartphone. It has a front camera of 20-megapixel and a 48-megapixel (main) + 8-megapixel (ultrawide) + 5-megapixel (macro) + 2-megapixe (depth) quad camera system. The device is equipped with a 5,000mAh battery.

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