Galaxy F52 5G passed Wi-Fi certification; The model has factory Android 11 and 25W fast charging

Galaxy F52 5G passed Wi-Fi certification;  The model has factory Android 11 and 25W fast charging

Update (04/20/2021) – VC

After receiving some certificates in recent days, confirming for example support for Bluetooth 5.1 and a fast charging capacity of 25 watts, the Galaxy F52 5G Again on testimonial another boost to the launch in the coming weeks.

Now with the Wi-Fi Alliance which, as expected, confirms support for Wi-Fi networks, we see that the Galaxy F52 5G is identified under the model number SM-E5260 (although it went via Bluetooth SIG) with Android 11 out of the box And contact support Dual band Wi-Fi de 2,4 GHz e 5 GHz.

The model has not received any information regarding design, screen size, camera settings, and other hardware details, so these features remain unknown, but news is expected to be revealed very soon. Regarding the 4G variant, which should only be called the Galaxy F52, no details have been disclosed.




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Samsung’s new intermediate model may be closer than expected. After receiving 3C certification in March, it confirms the fast charging of 25W via USB-C, the Galaxy F52 5G It has appeared on the Bluetooth SIG List, which certifies, and confirms, smartphone wireless connectivity standards and gadgets Bluetooth 5.1 connection support.


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It can be assumed that the Galaxy F52 5G is a replacement for some modifications of the Galaxy A52 5G, which is available worldwide. Starting with this line, it is possible that the new intermediate smartphone will have a quad camera array and a powerful battery of around 6000 mAh, in addition to attracting attention for its cost benefits.

Right now, the best concepts we have is a powerful fast charging intermediate smartphone, compatible with 5G and one of the latest versions of Bluetooth. With the latter being certified, the Galaxy F52 5G is expected Launched in the Middle East at any time In the coming days, with no expectations of its availability in the western markets.

Original text (03/24/2021)

a favour To launch a series of 5G smartphonesSamsung It appears that it is ready to expand the Galaxy F family., Usually devices of this line are advertised in India seeking win-win consumers for good cost and return.

This week, 3C – China’s mandatory certification authority – certified a device that had been dubbed Galaxy F52 5G. This smartphone has received the number SM-E5260, and it can also be called Galaxy M52 5G No country.

The available technical paper does not reveal the main specifications of this broker, and even makes it clear that it should be announced clearly. USB-C port and 25W fast charging (With the charger included in the box).


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For the time being, Samsung has not yet commented on the existence of the device, except that sources say it is the Galaxy F52 5G It could just be a modified version From the already known Galaxy A52 5G.

So we can expect a 120Hz Super AMOLED display, four rear cameras with a 64MP main lens. Snapdragon 750G processor And the battery is more powerful in the battery of 7000 mAh.

So, everything indicates that this M52 / F52 5G tends to be one of Samsung’s best midrange smartphones, however, its launch remains really unknown and of course new leaks should appear once it passes through TENAA.

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