The smartphone has received the 3C certification last week which shows that it will come with 25W fast charging support. It has also received Bluetooth SIG certification that shows that it will come with Bluetooth version 5.1. Just yesterday, WiFi Alliance certification revealed dual-band Wi-Fi and Android 11 OS. Let’s see what the TENAA certification revealed.
Galaxy F52 5G TENAA certification details
The specs and renders of the Samsung Galaxy F52 5G has been published on TENAA. It shows that it will come with quad rear cameras and a single led flash. It will also have a punch-hole display and measures 164.63mm×76.3mm×8.7mm. The Galaxy F52 5G will weigh 199 grams with a 6.5inches display and a resolution of 1080 x 2408 pixels.
We don’t know the particular chipset that will be powering the phone but TENAA shows that it will have an octa-core CPU clocked at 2.2GHz. It will have 8GB RAM and 128GB of internal storage. MicroSD card will be available for expansion up to 2TB. The main camera will be a 64MP snapper while 16MP takes responsibility for the selfie department.
What will be keeping the light on is a 4350mAh battery capacity (Typical capacity: 4500mAh). It could be available in Dark Blue, Gray, and White colour options. You can see that the TENAA listing revealed a ton of details about the Galaxy F52 5G.
We are only looking out for a Geekbench listing which is expected to expose the chipset behind this machine and the launch date will be revealed.
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