Galaxy A52s 5G More Efficient Chip and Support for Faster Battery Charging

Samsung‘s new midrange doesn’t offer much change over its predecessor – but with a much more powerful and seemingly more efficient chip and support for faster battery charging, this may be a satisfying recipe for a new success story.

Amid Samsung‘s wide range of smartphones in the price range of NIS 1,000 to NIS 2,000, the Galaxy A52 in the 5G edition is probably not the most popular model – but that does not stop it from being one of the most interesting and successful in its arsenal, when now It has an official direct upgrade that you should be aware of.

The Galaxy A52s 5G is the same as the version introduced last March in the world (and in April here in Israel) in almost every aspect, with a design made of plastic with a thickness of 8.4 millimeters and a weight of just under 190 grams, Android 11 system with One UI 3.1 above it, protection IP67 officially for water and dust, which is quite rare in intermediate devices, a 6.5-inch panel in Super AMOLED technology with a resolution of 2,400 × 1,080 pixels, a refresh rate of up to 120 Hz and a Gorilla Glass 5 protective coating above it – but this time in place of the modest octagonal Snapdragon 750G chip Qualcomm will find consumers the octagonal Snapdragon 778G, with four powerful processing cores alongside four cost-effective cores (compared to a pair of powerful cores and six cost-effective cores at 750G), a more advanced graphics core, a built-in modem with increased speeds support and a minimized and efficient production process of 6 Nm.

 

The Galaxy A52s 5G should enjoy tens of percent increase in its performance in all aspects, while maintaining the same memory arrays from the A52 5G with 128GB or 256GB of internal UFS 2.1 storage (and expansion support via microSD cards) plus 6GB or 8GB of LPDDR4X, the same Square main camera array with a main 64-megapixel sensor with an optical stabilization array, the same 32-megapixel selfie camera, stereo speakers, 3.5mm slot for headphones, dual-channel 802.11ac Wi-Fi connectivity, built-in NFC chip, biometric optical scanner Below the display and a 4,500mAh battery – which comes with a 25-watt faster charger by default and enjoys a charge of up to 50 percent of capacity in 30 minutes

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Samsung's new midrange doesn't offer much change over its predecessor - but with a much more powerful and seemingly more efficient chip and support for faster battery charging, this may be a satisfying recipe for a new success story.

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