The Samsung Galaxy F52 5G has been found on the TENAA certification site under model number SM-E5260. Pictures and specifications of the phone have leaked to the certification site, leaving little to the imagination. This is happening after the phone was discovered on the Bluetooth SIG certification site, suggesting that the company is actively working to bring the smartphone to market. The Samsung Galaxy F52 5G is packed to pack a 4350 mAh battery. It could compress the quad camera settings on the back.
TENAA has listed Samsung Galaxy F52 5G smartphone with model number SM-E5260. Images leaked through the site reveal a hole in the front of the punch screen with the opening at the top right. The back panel of the phone has a slope, the settings of the quad camera are placed inside the rectangular module. There is no fingerprint sensor on the back or sides that points to the inside of the screen.
Spotted first written by MySmartPrice, the TENAA list suggests that the Samsung Galaxy F52 5G can run on Android 11 and includes two SIM card slots. It is equipped with a 6.5-inch Full-HD + (1,080 x 408 pixels) TFT screen. It is expected to use an unknown 2.4 GHz eight-core processor connected to 8GB of RAM. The internal storage can be 128 GB and the possibility of further expansion with a microSD card.
The Samsung Galaxy F52 5G probably has quad-camera settings where the images point to a 64-megapixel main camera. The phone is listed to pack a 4350 mAh battery. List of 3C certificate previously tilted to 25 W quick charge support. The dimensions are tilted to 164.63×76.3×8.7mm and the phone can weigh 199 grams. The Samsung Galaxy F52 5G was also spotted Bluetooth in the SIG recently, and it’s tipped to support Bluetooth 5.1. It is not clear when the phone may turn on, but now that it has been detected on several certification sites, the announcement may not be too far away.
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