Samsung seems to be upgrading the popular A-series smartphones for this year as well. Before the official unveiling, the first pictures of the Galaxy A52 5G and Galaxy A72 5G are already in circulation, which points to an imminent launch of the mid-range models. Earlier we also had leaked pictures of Samsung A52 as a dummy phone along with Samsung A72 that are almost similar to the new leaked renders.
The well-known leaker Evan Blass via @evleaks show the first pictures of the two Android smartphones, which in all likelihood originate from official marketing material of the South Korean manufacturer. As expected, the visual differences between the new Samsung Galaxy A52 5G and the current Galaxy A51 are small. At first glance, the arrangement and the “hump” of the rear four-camera system seem slightly different and raised, while the front is almost the same as the previous one. The margins, on the other hand, look a bit chunkier.
Leaker say: “Technical data and prices should appear soon”
For the Samsung Galaxy A72 5G, Blass only provides an image that shows the front of the mid-range smartphone. Apart from a slightly wider “auricle”, there are hardly any differences here either. Both models, therefore, rely on uneven but slim screen frames and a punch-hole camera for selfies again this year. Little is known about the technical data. In December, the possible Galaxy A52 5G with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G chip was discovered in the Geekbench database. Similarly, the charging of the battery with up to 15 watts in the conversation.
Until the official launch, the Samsung Galaxy A51 is one of the company’s bestsellers. For less than 230 euros, the Android smartphone is sold in this country with a 6.5-inch AMOLED display and the company’s own Exynos 9611 eight-core chip. The main memory is rated at 4 GB, while 128 GB and a microSD card slot are available for data. The Galaxy A71, which costs around 300 euros, uses a 6.7-inch display, the Snapdragon 730 and 6 GB of RAM. It is not yet known when the Galaxy A52 5G and A72 5G will be replaced.