BenQ F52 with Snapdragon 810 and 3GB RAM Announced

BenQ might not be your first choice for flagship, but BenQ is trying hard. BenQ has launched its 2015 flagship, dubbed the BenQ F52. BenQ is hoping to change up its reputation a bit with the introduction of the BenQ F52. After producing some not so great smartphones every year, this time the Taiwanese brand, BenQ, is trying to compete with some of the flagship phones on the market. The phone’s price along with rest of the details are expected soon at the MWC 2015.


BenQ F52 will be running on Android 5.0 Lollipop. The smartphone is powered by a Snapdragon 810 Octacore Processor and 3 GB RAM. The phone features a 5.2 inch Full HD(1280×1920 pixels) display. While the full list of specifications have yet to be revealed, we can say that the phone is said to offer an 8MP front cam and a 13MP rear cam. It is also running Android 5.0 Lollipop, though it seems to have at least some OEM-specific tweaks and a bunch of apps from Cheetah Mobile, due to their partnership with the Chinese app developer.

The phone’s price along with rest of the details are expected. We expect to learn more about the device at MWC 2015, where it will be formally outed alongside two new mid-range handsets, the B50 and B502. BenQ’s most offerings have been limited to the Asian Market with India playing a key role, if the price is right, this might be the turning point for BenQ.


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