With the Galaxy A52s , Samsung introduced an upgrade for the Galaxy A52 5G just a few months after the release! The manufacturer improved the performance of the smartphone and came up with new color variants. In US, the cell phone starts at a recommended retail price of 449 dollars. phoneblogcrazy summarizes all the details about the midranger.
- Samsung announces Galaxy A52s, a faster version of the Galaxy A52 5G
- Snapdragon 778G replaces the Snapdragon 750
- Smartphone is already available in stores and costs from 449 dollars
The new heart of the Galaxy A52s is the Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G, which is the local version of the Snapdragon 768G, so to speak. The latter was an optimized version of the former flagship SoC Snapdragon 765G, which unfortunately didn’t make it to US. As the Nanoreview site shows , the new processor performs almost 50 percent better in the Android benchmark Antutu.
New colors as further news
Apart from the processor, you will still find a quad camera with up to 64 megapixels and optical image stabilization on the back of the Galaxy A52s. As additional sensors, Samsung relies on 12 megapixels in the ultra wide angle and 5 megapixels each for macro and depth information. The display still measures 6.5 inches and has an FHD+ resolution.
As with the Galaxy A52 5G, there is a version with 128 GB of storage and 6 GB of RAM and one with 256 GB of storage and 8 GB of RAM. The manufacturer also keeps the IP certification according to IP67. However, the Galaxy A52s starts at an RRP of 449 dollars and 509 dollars are due for additional memory. You may recognize the A52s on the street by the new color. It is called “Awesome Green” and is reserved exclusively for the model.
What do you think of the Galaxy A52s and Samsung’s decision to release a faster version of the phone just a few months after its release? Let me know in the comments!