Samsung Galaxy A52 5G and A72 5G show up in leaked official renders

Vlad, 28 January 2021

Samsung's already in the process of refreshing its mid-range A series of smartphones for 2021, and it won't stop anytime soon. In fact, it's yet to get to the A5x, which has traditionally been its best selling smartphone.

While we wait for an official announcement, Evan Blass of @evleaks fame has got a hold of the following official-looking leaked render, which depicts the upcoming Galaxy A52 5G.

Samsung Galaxy A52 5G and A72 5G show up in leaked official renders

Compared to its predecessor, the A51 5G, the front looks eerily similar, while on the back the camera arrangement is both different when it comes to placement of the sensors, but also in terms of the design of the island housing all of them. The new design puts this camera array in line with the Korean company's other recent devices.

As a bonus, Blass has also shared a full frontal shot of the upcoming Galaxy A72 5G, another upcoming phone, but one we've seen before. And if we hadn't told you this was a different device, you probably could easily have assumed it's still the A52 - that's how close these designs are.

Samsung Galaxy A52 5G and A72 5G show up in leaked official renders

The Galaxy A52 5G was caught on Geekbench with a Snapdragon 750G at the helm last year, and a certification let us know it will support 15W charging. More details about both of these handsets should be outed soon, so stay tuned.



Reader comments

  • q

A51 started @ ~350EUR A51 2021 @ ~290EUR

  • W

Lets hope that samsung will help europe forget about chinese brands. Would buy S20 but with that exynos it is waste of money. I would like to support competition but exynos is just not competetive enough.

I’m glad that the A52 doesn’t have a metal frame. I was considering the A51 5G, until they revealed that obnoxious metal frame. But the SoC could have been better, especially considering the fact that this year’s premium mid-rangers will have si...

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