Samsung Galaxy A52s 5G Full Review

 Samsung Galaxy A52s 5G Full Review

Introduction :

            This is the review of Samsung Galaxy A52s 5G. You wouldn’t know it at first glance, but it has the same appearance as the non-s model. However, It has a completely new chipset on the inside. But does it really make a difference? Is this device superior to the previous one? Let us find out in our galaxy A52s 5G review.

Design and build :

            The A52 s5g has the trademark, Soft matte surface, and comes in black as well as a selection of pastel hues just like Samsung’s other recent A series phones. The build is built of plastic, but rather than striving to seem like glass, Samsung Galaxy phones embrace it. The back is smooth and grippy, and it well covers fingerprints. And inexpensive doesn’t always imply cheap; this mid-ranger has IP67 dust and water protection, something most other mid-rangers lack. As I previously stated, the biggest difference between the ordinary A52 5G and the s variant is the upgraded chipset.

Snapdragon 778G 5G performance :

            This is a Snapdragon 778 G processor. A mid-range chip with high performance based on a sixth animator process. It’s a nice step up from the Snapdragon 750g on the previous model, which we thought was a little underpowered for the price. Here, the performance is outstanding. Cpu wise is even on pace with flagship phones like the Poco X3 Pro, which has a snapdragon 860 processor. Although the graphics performance isn’t nearly as good as the A52 5G, it’s still extremely decent for this price range and a significant upgrade over the A52 5G. While the previous model delivered adequate performance, the s model provides a superior experience for graphics-intensive tasks like as gaming. Of course, changing the chipset might affect things other than gaming performance, such as battery life. 

Battery capacity (4500mAh) and charging speed (25W, 15W charger included) :

            The A52 s5g features the same 4500 mAh battery as the previous model and in proprietary tests, it was able to achieve a virtually equal endurance rating of 113 hours. This was an excellent performance. Unlike the A52 5G, the s model comes with a 25 watt charger in the box instead of a 15 watt charger in specific areas. We were able to charge the A52s 5g from zero to 53 percent in half an hour using it. The speed is about the same if you use that charger to charge the other type. Because of the varied processing, another component of a phone that can be altered by a chip replacement is the camera quality. In general though, Samsung has achieved the same results this time.

Camera specs :

            Here, we have the same cameras. The sensor ended up with a 64 Megapixel primary camera, a 12 Megapixel ultra-wide camera, and a 5 Megapixel macro camera.

Daylight photo quality :

            During the day, the main camera’s 16 megapixel photographs are quite good. For the class, they have enough detail, realistic colours, and a wide dynamic range. Auto HDR is to thank for this. In terms of photo quality, portraits taken with the primary camera and depth sensor seem nice. Subject detection is adequate, although it can be thrown off by busy backdrops. The super wide cam’s 12 megapixel photographs are fantastic for the class. The photographs have a lot of clarity and are clearer than you’d anticipate from a camera at this price point. A distortion correction is also capable. The colour rendition, on the other hand, does not exactly match that of the primary camera. The macro camera’s five megapixel close-up shots are excellent if there is enough light. There’s a lot of detail, and the focus plane is quite forgiving, even if there’s no auto focus.

Low-light photo quality :

            At night The main camera performs admirably, with plenty of detail, well-controlled light sources, and low noise. Even though Night Mode isn’t a significant upgrade, it does restore some blonde highlights. For a camera of its type, the ultra wide cam performs admirably at night. The exposure is adequate, and you get some detail and a decent dynamic range. Night mode is supported by the ultra-wide, which boosts exposure and increases shadow detail. However, it appears to sharpen the image significantly.

Selfies :

            Selfies are taken with a front-facing camera with a resolution of 32 megapixels, however they are just 8 megapixels. The image quality is good with plenty of detail and acceptable noise levels.

Video quality :

            The main camera can shoot videos in up to 4K quality at 30 frames per second, and they’re fantastic. There’s a lot of detail here, and the processing is really natural-looking. The colours are accurate, and the dynamic range is decent. 4K footage shot with the ultra wide lens is also extremely nice. However, they’re a little louder, and the colour rendering isn’t quite as good as the primary camera. Although both cameras have electronic stabilisation, it only works in 1080P resolution. It smoothes everything out nicely. There are more jitters and bumps.

1080p resolution and 120Hz refresh rate on a 6.5″ Super AMOLED display :

            It’s a 6.5-inch Super AMOLED display with a 1080p resolution, Gorilla Glass fire resistance, and a 120 hertz refresh rate. When compared to phones with a conventional refresh rate, the quick refresh rate makes swiping and scrolling very smooth to the eye. However, it is an Adaptive to save energy. Even if you don’t touch the screen, it stays stuck in 120 Hertz mode. This panel, like the A52 5G, is quite impressive in terms of quality, with deep OLED blacks and HDR 10 plus compatibility. Color accuracy isn’t perfect, but it’s quite near, and the two models’ maximum brightness is also very similar.

Stereo speakers and audio test :

            In terms of audio, a standard headphone socket is included, as well as stereo speakers, one of which doubles as an air piece. The speaker scored well on our loudness ratings, and the sound quality is solid as well, with well-presented mids and acceptable highs.

Storage options :

            The gadget comes with either 192 or 256 gigabytes of storage, which can be expanded with a microSD card.

Android and UI :

            And finally, the user interface of the A52 s5g is Samsung’s latest UI 3.1 based on Android 11. It has the same clean user interface and Samsung features as almost all of the company’s recent products. Plus, you’ll get lots of For support in the future, as well as three major OS updates and four years of security fixes.

Conclusion :

            So there you have it, the Samsung Galaxy A52s 5g. You receive all of the amazing features from the preceding 52 5 G. Plus, there’s a new chipset that’s faster and more powerful.If you’re not a gamer, you could think, “I don’t need that new chipset, and the rest of the functions haven’t changed”. So, why pay more for the S version? But wait a minute. Samsung has managed to keep the price the same on this one. And, because there are no compromises in terms of features or pricing, the A52 s5g is worth recommending. Compared to the previous mode

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