Review Samsung Galaxy A52 | Galaxy A52 5G – The Samsung Galaxy A52 and Galaxy A52 5G share many identical specifications, except for hardware. Where the Samsung Galaxy A52 relies on Snapdragon 720G which only operates on 4G networks.
On the other hand, the Galaxy A52 5G supports the 5G network as the name suggests, thanks to the Snapdragon 750G as its hardware. This Qualcomm chipset is also more powerful than the Snapdragon 720G, especially the Adreno 619 GPU, which according to Qualcomm has a 10 percent performance increase over its predecessor.
In terms of appearance, the duo Galaxy A52 both pack a punch-hole design or Samsung calls it Infinity-O by bringing a 6.5-inch Super AMOLED flat panel coated with Gorilla Glass 5 together offering Full HD Plus resolution and supporting high refresh rates for the experience. smooth.
Note that the screen refresh rates on the two are different, the 4G version only reaches a 90Hz refresh rate and the 5G model supports a higher 120Hz refresh rate. But what’s interesting is that the screen can hit a peak brightness level of 800 nits which makes it look better even in direct sunlight.
Samsung provides a rear quad-camera system for the Galaxy A52 and Galaxy A52 5G. It consists of a 64 megapixel f / 1.8 aperture main camera which uses Tetra-binning technology to output 16 megapixel binned photos which also have Optical Image Stabilization (OIS).
Furthermore, there is a 12 megapixel ultrawide lens with f / 2.2 aperture and supports 123 degrees FoV combined with a 5 megapixel camera for macro photo taking and finally a depth sensor which is all packaged with an LED flash.
Samsung has also equipped its smartphone camera with a variety of interesting photography features, including support for 4K video capture at 30 fps. As for the needs of taking selfies or video calls, we get a 32 megapixel waiting camera installed in a punch hole in the middle of the screen.
Another highlight on both of these phones is that they support IP67 rating which makes them dustproof and can withstand water up to 1 meter for 30 minutes. There is also an in-display fingerprint sensor for authentication security and complementing security is the Samsung Knox feature.
The smartphone that runs the OneUI 3.1 interface based on the Android 11 operating system is equipped with stereo speakers supported by Dolby Atmos which also has a special mode called Dolby Atmos for gaming.
Samsung still maintains the 3.5mm headphone jack and in the meantime, to keep this new phone running, it has a pretty large 4,500 mAh capacity battery. It comes with a 15 Watt charger in the box, but it also supports 25 Watt chargers like the flagship Galaxy S-Series to deliver faster power.