Samsung Galaxy M52 5G will be available around the world soon. Samsung has succeeded in carrying the success it has achieved with the A series to the M series as well.
Galaxy A, Galaxy M and Galaxy F series continue to promise the highest performance at an affordable price. According to a new report, the South Korean tech giant is working on a phone called the Samsung Galaxy M52 5G, which could be a rebranded version of the recently released Galaxy F52 5G.
Today morning, Samsung launched the Galaxy F52 5G as the company’s Galaxy F series smartphone in the country. This device shares some of its features with the Galaxy A52 5G. But it’s not the same device as the Galaxy A42 5G and Galaxy M42 5G. According to a new report published by GalaxyClub, the clone of the Galaxy F52 5G may become official as the Galaxy M52 5G. This new Galaxy M series will be the successor to last year’s Galaxy M51.
There is a claim that the Galaxy M52 5G is the phone with the model number SM-M425F that has not been released. In addition, this phone is a variant of the Galaxy M42 with a 64 MP Samsung ISOCELL GW3 primary camera sensor. We do not know for now how much it will have in common. Since the Galaxy F52 5G has the same name and a 64MP camera, there is a chance it will be launched as the Galaxy M52 5G in some markets. The problem, however, is that the exact camera sensor of the new device is not known as Samsung does not mention it on their website. It will be determined soon.