Samsung is preparing a couple of Galaxy M-series launches, among them the Galaxy M52 5G. The phone has leaked a number of times, s owe know it should have a 6.7” AMOLED display, a Snapdragon 778G chipset, 64+12+5 MP camera and a 5,000 mAh battery.
And we even know what it would look like, thanks to leaked renders, which also brought the news that the screen will have 1,080 x 2,400 px resolution and 120Hz refresh rate. And now we have even better renders to gawk at, courtesy of WinFuture:
And here are the three colorways side by side:
Finally, a look at the side. The thing to notice is the side-mounted fingerprint reader, which is common on the M-series (the A-series counterparts tend to use under display readers).
There is also a Galaxy M22 which quietly launched alone. Previously we suspected that the two M-models might go live simultaneously, but that is clearly not the case. The two will share the pinstripe pattern on the back, something of a trademark for the M-series.