Galaxy A52 and A72 leak in official footage before release

by Kelvin
Galaxy A52 and A72 leak in official footage before release

Samsung will hold an Unpacked event this week to unveil cellphones Galaxy A52 and A72, but the design and most of the specifications of the devices have already appeared on the internet. Leak expert Evan Blass has published part of the presentation of smartphones on the Voice website.

The leak includes images and technical aspects of each of the devices. In addition, the expert also published a table comparing part of the specifications of the two intermediaries.

Galaxy A52

  

As the name implies, the Galaxy A52 is the most modest model among leaked Samsung cell phones. However, the specs still attract attention and include cameras with IP67 water resistance and stabilization.

The phone features a 6.5-inch AMOLED Full HD+ screen with Infinity-O design and 4,500 mAh battery. In addition, the smartphone from Samsung arrives equipped with four rear cameras and a selfie sensor.

The sensors present in the phone include a main solution of 64 MP accompanied by 12 MP Ultrawide, 5 MP Macro and 5 MP for photos with depth. The device also has an octa-core processor with support for 5G, 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage.

Galaxy A72

O Galaxy A72 has a similar design to the A52, but it has some improvements in its spec sheet. The model brings more screen and battery, and should come with more powerful cameras.

The AMOLED display of the Galaxy A72 has 6.7 inches, is powered by a 5,000 mAh battery and has a hole to hold the selfie sensor. At the rear, the phone has four cameras, including a 3x zoom solution.

The leak doesn’t reveal details about the A72’s internal specs and what the device’s camera sensors will be. However, we can expect more powerful specs than the hardware used in the A52.

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Samsung’s next Unpacked will take place on March 17, this Wednesday. In addition to the A72 and A52, the company can also bring other new products to the line. Galaxy in the presentation.

According to Evan Blass, the event will be the stage for the global launch of the A32 and A32 5G cell phones. The devices have already been introduced by the company, but are only available in a select group of the manufacturer’s markets.