The Samsung Galaxy A52s has passed the FCC and will cost €450 for 128 GB

As the Samsung Galaxy A52s nears release, more information evolves.There are now more renders, FCC documentation, and even some unofficial pricing information.

The SM-A528B supports 5G bands 1, 3, 5, 7, 8, 20, 28, 38, 40, 41, 66, 78.It also has Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth, and NFC.

The Galaxy A52 5G uses the same bands, but the “s” model uses an X53 modem from the Snapdragon 778 chipset (which was reported by Geekbench).The X53 supports up to 3.3 Gbps 5G and 1.2 Gbps 4G downlink.The A52 5G uses an older Snapdragon 750G chipset with a weaker GPU.It’s also an 8 nm chip, whereas the 778G is a 6 nm chip.

Probably not the chipset.There’s talk that the phone will get a telephoto camera (instead of the 5 MP depth sensor), or the Galaxy A72 5G camera (which additionally makes use of the slower 750G chipset).

According to Snoopy, the phone will solely have 128 GB storage and will cost around €450 (approximately $535 or INR 39,500).This confirms the recent preliminary worth rumour.

No release date has been announced yet, but Samsung has more pressing concerns right now – the next-gen foldable flagships arrive next week.The Galaxy S52s are likely to follow with much less fanfare.