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3C certificate reveals 15W fast charging support for Samsung Galaxy A52 5G

A few months ago, we saw CAD renders of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy A52 5G, which have been provided by tipster OnLeaks on Voice. According to reports, the phone packs a camera design similar to the Galaxy S20, which includes a quad-camera setup and LED flash.

According to the latest report, the upcoming Galaxy A52 recently received the 3C certification in China, which reveals the charging speed.  The details confirm that the Samsung Galaxy A52 5G will have fast charging support up to 15W. The device can be dispatched with an EP-TA200 charger with 9V/1.67A or 5V/2A charging support.

An unreleased Samsung device having a model number SM-A525F tested on a popular benchmark site previously. The Galaxy A52 5G will be powered by Snapdragon 720G along with 8GB of RAM.

Adding to this, it is mentioned that the device is running on Android 11 which means it will have the latest One UI 3.0. It will come with support for both 5G and 4G connectivity and may have the same quad camera setup.

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SAMSUNG GALAXY A52 4G SPECIFICATIONS

On the front side, it has an Infinity O display that measures at 6.5-inch diagonal. Also on the rear side, it offers the Glasstic rear panel, which is designed to look and provide a feel of glass finishing.

Samsung’s flagship phone has already outcasted 3.5mm headphone jack for a long-ago but Galaxy A52 5G will surely provide you this headphone jack at the bottom side, followed by a speaker and USB Type-C charging port.

The Galaxy A52 5G comes with a display fingerprint and expands at 59.9 x 75.1 x 8.4mm (nearly 10mm with the rear camera bump). On the basis of the previous report, Samsung may release this phone for around $500 but an official confirmation is yet to come.

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