The Samsung Galaxy A52 5G has cleared yet another regulatory hurdle and now has the green light from the FCC. The lab tested two models, SM-A526B and A526DS, the only difference between them is that the “B” is a single-SIM model, while the “DS” is dual-SIM. Other than that, the devices are identical.
This includes the 4,500 mAh battery (the same EB-BG781ABY power cell that was found in the Galaxy S20 FE, by the way). The charger is the EP-TA200, a pretty common 15W charger. This matches the info we saw from 3C.
The Galaxy A52 5G has leaked extensively – we’ve seen renders and 360-degree spins, a benchmark that revealed the use of the Snapdragon 750G chipset for the 5G connectivity, plus Bluetooth and Wi-Fi certifications. TENAA listed the screen as a 6.5” AMOLED, there’s no info on the cameras yet. By the way, there will also be a 4G version of the phone, that one will use the Snapdragon 720G instead.
The European prices are rumored to be start at €460 for a 6/128 GB phone and go up to €510 for an 8/256 GB unit. The FCC tests included a microSD card, so storage will be expandable. That is for the 5G model, of course, the 4G one will be cheaper.