SAMSUNG GALAXY M52 5G WILL HAVE 64MP QUAD-CAMERA

SAMSUNG GALAXY M52 5G WILL HAVE 64MP QUAD-CAMERA

A report suggests Samsung upcoming M-series smartphone, the Galaxy M52 5G, will have a 64MP quad-camera.

Samsung lately has pretty much expanded the access its loyal fans have to the world of 5G. After focusing on superior products, the brand has also launched smartphones mid-range 5G, including the Galaxy A52 5G, A72 5G, M42 5G, and Galaxy A22 5G. Now, the company is gearing up to add one more option to its M lineup dubbed the Galaxy M52 5G.

Interestingly, this smartphone promises better performance than other devices in the A-series. In terms of performance, it is known that Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G will power the device. In terms of photography, a recent report from GalaxyClub featured a quad-camera setup for the Galaxy M52 5G.

Reporting from Gizchina (June 30), the camera is led by a 64MP main camera which is likely from Samsung. In addition, there is a 12MP ultrawide lens and a 5MP macro lens. Unfortunately, the fourth or final sensor is unknown, but chances are it will carry a resolution of at least 2MP. 

While on the front, the device uses a punch-hole screen that houses the 32MP front camera.

The previous Galaxy M52 5G also passed the benchmark platform Geekbench. The list reveals a score of 778 points for the single-core test and 2,877 for the multi-core test. The device shows an octa-core chipset codenamed Lahaina. 

The paired GPU is Adreno 462L. This clarifies speculation that Snapdragon 778G will power the smartphone. The listing also shows a 6GB RAM configuration and running One UI 3.0 based on Android 11.

Source: Gizchina

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