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Samsung Galaxy A52s 5G Review

Samsung Galaxy A52s 5G

this is the samsung galaxy a52 s5g though you probably wouldn’t be able to guess at first glance it brings the same looks as the non-s model but on the inside it has a brand new chipset how much of a difference does that make though and is this device much better than the other one i’m will for gsm marina and let’s find out in our galaxy a52s 5g review [Music] just like samsung’s other recent a series phones the a52s 5g has that signature soft matte finish and comes in black as well as a variety of pastel colors the build is made of plastic but these galaxy phones embrace that rather than trying to look like glass the back feels nice and grippy and hides fingerprints quite well and plastic doesn’t always mean cheap you get ip67 rated dust and water resistance here which most other mid-rangers don’t provide like i mentioned before the main feature that the s model offers over the regular a52 5g is the new chipset this is a qualcomm snapdragon 778g a high performance mid-range chip built upon a six nanometer process it’s a nice upgrade from the snapdragon 750g on the other model which we felt was slightly underpowered for the price performance is great here cpu-wise it’s even comparable to flagship grade phones like the poco x3 pro with this snapdragon 860. graphics performance is not quite as impressive but it’s very respectable for this price range and a market improvement over that of the a52 5g so while the other model provided decent performance if you’re into more graphics intensive tasks like gaming the s model delivers a nicer experience of course swapping the chipset can bring other changes beyond gaming performance such as with the battery life not so much the case here though the a52 s5g has the same 4 500 milliamp hour battery as the other model and was able to score a nearly identical endurance rating of 113 hours now proprietary tests a solid performance unlike the a52 5g the s model comes with a 25 watt charger in the box in some markets instead of a 15 watt one with it we were able to charge the 852 os 5g from zero to 53 percent in half an hour and if you use that charger to top up the other model the speed is about the same another aspect of a phone that can be affected by a chipset change is the camera quality because of different processing but in general samsung has delivered the same performance this time around we have the same cameras here a 64 megapixel quad bayer main cam a 12 megapixel ultra wide a 5 megapixel macro cam and a depth sensor during the day 16 megapixel photos from the main cam come out quite decent they have enough detail accurate colors and wide dynamic range for the class thanks to auto hdr portraits taken with the main cam and depth sensor look good as far as photo quality goes the subject detection is decent but can get tripped up by busier backgrounds 12 megapixel photos from the ultra wide cam are great for the class there’s a good level of detail and the photos are sharper than you’d expect from this sort of camera at this price the distortion correction is proficient too the color rendition doesn’t quite match that of the main cam though 5 megapixel close-up photos from the macro cam are good if you have enough light there’s plenty of detail and although there’s no autofocus the focus plane is pretty forgiving at night the main cam does a pretty good job providing plenty of detail along with well-handled light sources and pretty low noise night mode isn’t a major improvement but it restores some blown highlights the ultra wide cam does a decent job at night for this sort of camera the exposure is okay and you get some detail and dynamic range isn’t half bad the ultrawide supports night mode and it improves exposure and boosts the shadows it does appear to add a lot of extra sharpening though selfies are taken with a 32 megapixel front facing cam but they come out in 8 megapixels the quality is solid with plenty of detail and decent noise performance videos can be captured with the main cam and up to 4k resolution at 30fps and they’re excellent with plenty of detail and natural looking processing colors are spot-on and dynamic range is reasonably wide 4k clips captured by the ultra wide are quite nice too they are a bit noisier though and the color rendition doesn’t match that of the main can there is electronic stabilization available on both cameras but it only works in 1080p resolution it does a pretty good job of smoothing out bigger bumps and jitters alright let’s move on to the rest of the features on the a52 s5g which are essentially the same as on the a52 5g starting with the display it’s a 6.5 inch super amoled with a 1080p resolution gorilla glass 5 protection and a super fast 120 hertz refresh rate the fast refresh rate makes swiping and scrolling quite smooth to the eye compared to phones with a standard refresh rate it isn’t adaptive to save energy though in the 120hz mode it stays fixed even when you’re not touching the screen like the a525g this panel is quite nice quality wise with deep oled blacks and hdr 10 plus support color accuracy isn’t perfect but it’s pretty close and max brightness is very similar between the two models as well we achieved around 380 nits maximum with a brightness slider and it boosts to 800 nits in auto mode when out in bright sun for your biometrics there is an under display fingerprint reader it’s very fast and accurate on the audio front you get a traditional headphone jack as well as stereo speakers with the second speaker doubling as the earpiece the speakers earned a good score on our loudness charts and quality is good too with well-presented mids and okay highs [Music] you get 128 or 256 gigs of storage on board the device which is expandable through microsd and finally the user interface of the a52 s5g is samsung’s latest one ui 3.1 based on android 11. it offers the same clean user experience and samsung features that you’d get on pretty much all of their recent devices and on top of that you get the promise of plenty of software support down the road three major os updates and four years of security patches so that’s the samsung galaxy a52 s5g you get all of the great features we loved in the previous a525g and on top of that there’s a faster and more powerful chipset now if you’re not a gamer you might be thinking i don’t need that new chipset and the rest of the features really haven’t changed so why pay more for the s version but hold your horses samsung has actually managed to offer this one at the same price and since there’s no sacrifice here feature-wise or price-wise the a52s 5g is worth recommending over the older model

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