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February 11, 2021
With all eyes (and ears) already fixed on the Galaxy S21 flagship smartphone family, you'd be excused for forgetting that the Korean giant is still producing mid-range mobile devices, some of which may well be having new versions in the very near future.
The Galaxy A52, for example, would naturally follow in the footsteps of a highly popular A51 that also arrived on the heels of an incredibly successful A50. The Galaxy A51, of course, is available in both 4G LTE-only and 5G-enabled versions, so there's a very strong possibility that the A52 will follow suit.
Galaxy A52 has some improvements over its older sibling, such as the rear camera which has adopted Galaxy S21 style housing, Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 750G 5G (8 nm), 6/8GB RAM – 128GB/256GB ROM, 64MP Camera, to name a few. All this may not sound like a big deal, but when you consider that this is indeed a mid-ranger 5G phone, the aforementioned upgrades would make the Galaxy A52 5G a big contender in the category.
The Snapdragon™ 750G is a mid-end processor, which has been used to power some of Galaxy A52 5G’s direct competitors such as the Moto G 5G. The Snapdragon™ 750G enables "truly global gaming" according to the San Diego-based company, along with True HDR Gaming (with 10x brighter hues) and on-device AI. The chipset supports both sub-6GHz and mmWave 5G; the latter delivers signals that travel far, easily penetrate structures but provide slower 5G download data speeds than what is available from mmWave 5G signals. The Snapdragon™ 750G chip offers some features from Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ Elite Gaming that allow for smooth gameplay with low latency.
Samsung also adopted the Super AMOLED Display along with 1080 X 2400 pixels and a pixel density of 405PPI, a punch-hole selfie camera on bezel-less display covered by Corning Gorilla Glass completes the front look of the phone. The back features a set of S21-esque cameras, covering the rest of the back is Samsung’s “Glasstic” material which featured in both the Galaxy S20FE and the recently released Galaxy S21 phones.
The 64MP rear camera has been upgraded from 48MP camera, albeit much smaller lenses in comparison to the Galaxy A52 5G. The rest of the camera setup remains unchanged in regards to the pixel count, being 12MP Ultrawide, 5MP Depth and 5MP Macro lens, along with a 32MP selfie camera.
Samsung decided to remove the MicroSD card slot on their recent flagship phones, the Galaxy S21 range, which has not been received well amongst the fans and critics alike. It was one way for everyone to have an option of expanding their phone’s ROM. Samsung wants to follow in the footsteps of another phone giant from Cupertino in trying to persuade consumers to adopt into cloud storage as their memory upgrade option, which is not an option for everyone, and that was one of the reasons consumers used to sway towards Samsung phones. And it seems that Samsung have kept the MicroSD card slot on the Galaxy A52 5G which would please fans and future owners/potential owners of this device.
The Galaxy A52 5G will be among the first Samsung phones that will have Android 11 preinstalled when released, along with Samsung One UI 3.0 which has featured in recent releases.
Other features that has remained unchanged are the Battery at 4500mAh which supports Fast Charging, the availability of 3.5mm headphone jack, and on-screen fingerprint, among the rest.
Samsung Galaxy A52 slots nicely into a mid-range budget phone category, but offers a wide range of features. It offers smooth performance with adequate RAM and sufficient processing unit. The versatile camera setup which allows users to capture great images with fine details. The device has ample battery backup as well as fast charging feature, enabling users to charge their devices on the move, much faster.
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