According to a new leak, Galaxy M52 5G with Snapdragon 778G SoC may be launched soon by Samsung. According to reports, it will be called the “M52” and will come with the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G 5G processor.
The Galaxy M series has already been updated several times by Samsung in 2021, introducing new models for both the M31 and M11 so far. It looks like the M51 will follow suit next. According to reports, it may launch with a very new Qualcomm 5G processor.
Currently listed on Geekbench 5, this is believed to be Qualcomm’s latest SoC for mid-range devices with the newest connectivity. As such, it appears that it has the lahaina motherboard, which normally corresponds to the flagship 888 chip.
While it has a base clock rate of 1.8GHz and a top speed of 2.4GHz, the Adreno 642L GPU indicated by a code teardown first posted by MySmartPrice essentially fits the bill for the 778G as opposed to anything more powerful.
In marketing terms, it may be referred to as the “Galaxy M52” since it appears to power the “Samsung SM-M526BR” on the benchmarking website. It could also have a RAM of 6 GB and run on the Android 11 ROM. Little else has been revealed so far about the device’s design.
Reports stated that last month’s Galaxy F52 5G, which was introduced in China, would be rebranded as the Galaxy M52. Nevertheless, Geekbench indicates Samsung has upgraded the processor it will have a Snapdragon 845 processor instead of the Snapdragon 750G found in the current version. A “M52” with an FHD+ 120Hz display, quad rear cameras and a 4,500mAh battery could be on the way. As with previous M-series models, it is likely to launch in M-series strongholds, such as India, at a price of about $400.