Samsung upgrades the Galaxy A52 5G with a stronger chipset, new mint colour

Samsung has introduced the Galaxy A52s 5G, an improve over the A52 5G it launched earlier within the yr. The brand new cellphone comes with a robust Snapdragon 778G chip, in addition to a brand new colour choice.

When you’ve seen the A52 5G, you’ve seen this cellphone. It’s styled equally to the S21 sequence, sq. digicam module and all. There’s a pleasant, huge 6.5-inch Full HD OLED display with a 120Hz processor, an on-screen fingerprint sensor inside that show, a 4,500mAh battery, and a set of quad cameras that follows the standard midrange trope of two helpful cameras and two throwaway ones.

The principle distinction is the brand new Snapdragon 778G chip. An improve over the Snapdragon 750G within the A52 5G, Samsung is beefing up the facility of the A52 5G so customers can play video games with much less lag and whiz by means of the cellphone with aplomb, not that lag was a difficulty with the older mannequin. The 778 additionally powers telephones just like the Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite 5G and the Motorola Edge 20, positioning the Samsung A52s 5G as a rival to them. The extra seen change is the brand new colour choice, known as Superior Mint.

A render of the Galaxy A52s 5g.

When it initially got here out, Digital Developments reviewed the Galaxy A52 5G and located it to be a really competent midrange cellphone. Effectively, excess of competent. “The superb Samsung Galaxy A52 5G pulls off a intelligent trick — it appears nice, does the whole lot you want, takes good photographs, and has two-day battery life, however retains an affordable price ticket,” our evaluation concluded.

The A52s builds on a stable basis and throws much more energy at it, arguably undercutting the reveal of the Pixel 5a 5G by including in niceties like 120Hz, a extra highly effective chip, and much more colour.

Samsung is launching the Galaxy A52s 5G within the U.Okay. for 409 British kilos ($562), and it is going to be made obtainable for pre-order on August 24, with shipments starting on September 3. No U.S. availability has been introduced.

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