As far as rumors and leaks go, update schedules arent as amazing as hardware specifications like screen refresh rates and megapixel counts. Samsung has committed to using a minimum of 4 years of routine security updates for many of its Galaxy devices, including the A-series.
Theres still no word on a main release date for the Galaxy A52 5G and A52, but it appears likely that a launch looms.
Samsungs upcoming midrange device, the Galaxy A52 5G, seems in line to receive month-to-month security updates. Identified by Galaxy Club, the yet-to-be officially announced A52 5G appears on Samsungs security upgrade page for its monthly upgrade cycle. Together with earlier reports of high refresh rate screens– and a new leakage that recommends the primary video camera will provide optical image stabilization– this looks like Samsung is taking the A51s follower really seriously.
Samsung usually reserves spots on the regular monthly upgrade schedule for flagship and higher-end gadgets. While this isnt the very first time a midrange A-series gadget has been set up for regular monthly updates, last years Galaxy A51 and A51 5G are on the quarterly update schedule. Putting the A52 5G on the regular monthly schedule makes it more competitive with the similarity the Pixel 4A 5G, which gets frequent updates directly from Google.
Samsung has actually listed the unreleased Galaxy A52 5G on an assistance page.