Samsung is already in the process of upgrading its 2021 mid-range A smartphone series, and it will not stop anytime. In reality, the A5x, which has historically been its best-selling smartphone, has yet to get there.
Some new Galaxy A52 photos were posted to his Voice page by Evan Blass. These are official press images straight from Samsung, unlike the images discussed in this post. As such, they reflect accurately what the final product would look like.
We can see a quad-camera design on the back with a rounded rectangle shape similar to the Galaxy A51. This reminds us of the early leak that Samsung said did not differ too far from the best-selling predecessor’s design.
However, we note that the finish is a bit curved and subtle around the camera layout. That is, these curves make it look like the layout doesn’t protrude too far. There are three big, a smaller one along with LED flash arranged similar to the renders before, talking about the quad-camera sensors.
The images indicate that the Galaxy A52 will be closely linked to the Samsung prototype produced with the A51. With a hole-punch selfie camera, an under-the-screen fingerprint reader, and a quad rear camera scope, you’ll still get a 6.5-inch monitor.