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February 15, 2021
Samsung are on a mission to make 5G phones more affordable, as it seemingly has at least three low-end and mid-range 5G handsets in the works. The Galaxy A32, Galaxy A52 and the much anticipated Galaxy A72.
The Galaxy A72, would naturally follow in the footsteps of an extremely popular Galaxy A71 that also arrived on the heels of another successful model the Galaxy A70. The Galaxy A71, is indeed available in both 4G LTE-only and 5G-enabled versions, so there's a very strong possibility that the A72 will too.
The Galaxy A72 has been given a few noticeable improvements over its predecessor, for instance the rear camera set, adopted from the Galaxy S21 style housing, Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 765G 5G (7 nm), 8GB RAM + 128GB/256GB ROM, 64MP Camera, amongst other changes.
According to Qualcomm®, the Snapdragon™ 765G mobile platform unites 5G and AI to power select premium experiences for gamers across the globe, including 5G gaming at multi-gigabit speeds and select Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ Elite Gaming™ features and support for all-day battery life. The Snapdragon™ X52 5G Modem-RF System and 5th gen Qualcomm® Artificial Intelligence (AI) Engine work in tandem to power blazing performance and uninterrupted gameplay. And with 5G gaming, gamers can challenge multiple players from around the world. Performance is revved up with a speed-binned Qualcomm® Kryo™ 475 CPU, while the Qualcomm® Adreno™ 620 GPU provides 10% faster graphics rendering compared to the standard Snapdragon™ 765.
Plus, select Snapdragon™ Elite Gaming™ features fuel smooth interactions, near-instant response, and incredible audio & cinema-quality graphics. The Snapdragon™ 765G provides all of this and more with incredible battery for all-day play. This spec is a very attractive feature for online gamers who are looking for a midrange phone with near high-end/flagship spec, minus the cost of a flagship phone.
Samsung Galaxy A72 comes with a Super AMOLED Display along with 1080 X 2400 pixels and a pixel density of 393PPI, a punch-hole selfie camera on bezel-less display covered by Corning Gorilla Glass completes the front look of the Galaxy A72 5G. The back features a set of S21-esque cameras, covering the rest of the back is Samsung’s “Glasstic” material which featured in both recently released phones, the Galaxy S20FE & the Galaxy S21 series.
The 64MP rear camera remains unchanged in terms of pixels but the lenses have been improved. Samsung have introduced the OIS (Optical Image Stabilisation) technology, which should reduce image noise by compensating for any shaking to which the device is subjected to, resulting in enhanced imaging quality and results. This technology is said to continue with all the A series phones from 2021, claim South Korean media.
The removal of the MicroSD card slot on their recent flagship phones by Samsung, the Galaxy S21 series, which has not been well received amongst the fans and critics alike. Samsung wants to follow in the footsteps of another phone giant from Cupertino in trying to persuade it’s users to adopt to cloud storage as their memory upgrade option. Having the MicroSD slot was an affordable way for its users to expand their phone’s ROM. This used to be one of the reasons consumers used to sway towards Samsung phones. In a bid to keep their loyal fans/customers happy, it seems that Samsung have kept the MicroSD card slot on the Galaxy A72 5G which would please fans and future owners/potential owners of this device.
The release of Galaxy A72 5G also saw the first Samsung phone that had Android 11 preinstalled, along with Samsung One UI 3.0 which has featured in recent flagship 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 sensor, among others.
Samsung Galaxy A72 will almost certainly be a front runner in its category based purely on the spec of the phone. Its base model at 128GB has sufficient memory for most users with the ability to expand it further while the upgrade to a 256GB will suffice the most tech savvy and the socialites alike. The upgrade in RAM, Processor and the refresh rate, combined with the updated 5G capability, and a battery that should last a whole day, will certainly make this phone just as desirable as its older siblings, if not more
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