Samsung Galaxy A52 4G e 5G

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Samsung announces Galaxy A52, Galaxy A52 5G and Galaxy A72

The new Galaxy A series started off with the entry level – the likes of the A32 and even A02 are already official, now it’s time to move up to the mid-range. Samsung unveiled the Galaxy A52 and A72 today, both focusing on fun but are also capable all-rounders.

The A52 comes in two flavors – 4G and 5G – while the A72 arrived only as a 4G phone. Let’s have a closer look at the new models.

Samsung Galaxy A52 and A52 5G

The Samsung Galaxy A52 is the smaller of the two phones. It has a flat 6.5” display and weighs in at 189grams with a battery that should last 2 days between charges.

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The display is a Super AMOLED panel with 1080p+ resolution and a high refresh rate – 90Hz for the 4G model and 120Hz on the 5G version. In High Brightness Mode this panel can reach 800 nits of brightness for better visibility even in bright sunlight.

The display is protected by a sheet of Gorilla Glass 5, the rest of the phone has additional protection in place to earn it an IP67 rating (dust tight, submersion up to 1m of water for 30 minutes).

The Galaxy A52 has an IP67 rating • Samsung Knox offers digital protection • You can connect two pairs of BT headphones
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The phone’s heart is its camera. The main module features a 64MP sensor with an f/1.8 aperture. It has Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) and Tetra-binning tech – Samsung’s name for Quad Bayer. With it enabled, four 0.8µm pixels are combined into one. In its default mode, the camera outputs 16MP binned photos, but you can take full resolution 64MP shots as well.

Night Mode shoots 12 frames and combines them into one bright image with little noise. The OIS helps keeps things stable while Night Mode is doing its thing. The main camera can record 4K videos at 30 fps.

Next up is the 12MP ultra-wide angle camera (123º field of view). It has an f/2.2 lens with a fixed focus. Rounding up the quartet are the 5MP macro camera and the 5MP depth sensor.

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The Galaxy A52 has a 4,500mAh battery and comes with a 15W charger in the box (unlike the pricier S-series). The phone supports 25W charger too – if you have one, you can fill the battery from 0% to 50% in half an hour.

The 4G model is powered by a Snapdragon 720G chipset, the 5G one gets the Snapdragon 750G instead. The CPU cores in the 750G are one generation newer and the Adreno GPU is slightly beefier (plus the display driver supports 120Hz refresh rate). Both are 8 nm chips.


If you pick the 4G model, you will get 4GB of RAM as standard, but can go up to 6GB and 8GB. The 5G model drops the 4GB option, there you can choose between 6GB and 8GB. Either way, base storage is 128GB and you can go up to 256GB if you want, but keep in mind that there’s a microSD slot available if you don’t need fast storage.

Samsung Galaxy A52 in Awesome Black, Blue Violet and Awesome White
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The A52 runs One UI 3.1 built on top of Android 11 out of the box and packs the Knox suite of security features. The 32MP selfie camera can be used for face unlock or you can use the in-display fingerprint reader instead.

The phone has a decent set of multimedia features, starting with the basics – a 3.5mm headphone jack and stereo speakers. The speakers are backed by Dolby Atmos support, including a special “Dolby Atmos for gaming” mode.

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The Samsung Galaxy A52 and A52 5G will be available soon in Black, Violet, White and Blue. The 4G version starts at €350, the 5G model can be yours for €430/£400. The A52 5G model is already on sale in the UK, you can find it on Samsung.com.


Samsung Galaxy A52 leaks in press renders

Samsung is working on expanding its range of affordable 5G devices even further, and one of the upcoming phones in that roster is the Galaxy A52 5G. This will follow in the footsteps of the A51 5G, which launched back in April.

A few press renders of the Galaxy A52 5G have been leaked today, so you can take a look at the smartphone in all its glory.

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As you can see, it has a design that is very similar to that of its predecessor, while the camera island has gotten bigger and now each shooter has distinct rings around it inside the island. It's a design that's slightly more similar to what Samsung's been recently doing for its flagships, and it also looks slightly better than what we had on A-series phones in the past. It's not a huge difference, but it's the biggest one you'll find, design-wise, between the A51 5G and the A52 5G.

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The new phone's dimensions will be 159.9 x 75.1 x 8.4mm, and the thickness grows to almost 10mm where the camera bump is. So compared to its predecessor it's 1mm longer, 1.5mm wider, and 0.3mm thinner. It will have a 6.5-inch screen with an embedded fingerprint sensor and centered hole-punch for the selfie camera, and a 3.5mm headphone jack. The back will be plastic, while the frame is metal.

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The Galaxy A51 5G launched priced at $499, and given how similar the A52 5G seems to it, perhaps it's wise to expect a similar price point. Or maybe slightly lower since 5G is less of a novelty these days. We'll have to do some more waiting for the official details, though, there's still no indication as to when those might come. We'll keep you posted.
 
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Bodygard

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Preço de 499 duvido muitíssimo!!!O mercado tá cada vez mais agressivo no midrange com Realme, Xiaomi etc a darem equipamentos cada vez melhores por preços mais baixos. A não ser que apresente argumentos de peso mas para já, não estou a ver.
E por esse preço até se está a meter no campo do S20 FE por isso...

Sim hoje em dia é só "tijolos", cada vez mais a malta usa o telefone como tablet para jogar e ver vídeos o dia inteiro. Qualquer dia nem no midrange há telefones com ecrã inferior a 6.5"...
 

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Deve estar para breve o lançamento do A52 e A72 da Samsung.

Algumas especificações prováveis:

Reports say that it will come in Denim Blue, Icy White colors too.

Although it’s obvious, the absence of a physical fingerprint on the design confirms that it will have an in-display scanner. Speaking of which, the device will likely sport a 6.5-inch sAMOLED screen and measure about 159.9 x 75.1 x 8.4mm.

Other expected specs include Snapdragon 720G/750G chipset, 64MP main rear lens, 12MP ultra-wide, two 5MP macro & depth sensors, 15W charger, run Android 11 OS, 6/8GB RAM, 128/256GB storage, and start around ~$450.
 

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Samsung Galaxy A52 cameras detailed

Several weeks ago we got a pretty detailed leak regarding Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy A52. The phone will be available in both 4G and 5G trims with the latter boasting a higher 120Hz refresh rate and Snapdragon 750G chipset while the 4G model gets a 90Hz screen and SD 730G SoC.

Now, Roland Quandt is giving more details on the cameras for both A52 variants which will feature the same four sensors. The main one is a 64MP snapper with OIS and a pixel size of 0.8 µm. There’s also a 12MP ultrawide module with a 123-degree field of view and 1.12 µm pixel size and two 5MP modules for macro photography and depth data. In addition, we get more confirmation on the screen refresh rates which are 90Hz for the 4G model and 120Hz for the 5G trim. Both will offer 800 cd/m2 max brightness.

Samsung Galaxy A52 4G and Galaxy A52 5G
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Both A52 models will sport 6.5-inch FHD+ panels with punch holes for the 32MP selfie cam and under-display fingerprint readers. Other specs include 4,500 mAh batteries with 25W charging, Android 11 with One UI 3.1 and up to 8GB RAM with 256GB storage with both models also sporting microSD expansion.

The Galaxy A52 duo is expected to launch later this month with the 4G model going for €349 in Europe, while the A52 5G will retail for €429.
 

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Vai ser apresentado dia 17 e deve aparecer à venda pouco depois.


Samsung announces Galaxy Awesome Unpacked event for March 17
Samsung has finally announced its Galaxy Awesome Unpacked event where it will most likely unveil its upcoming mid-range smartphones, the Galaxy A52 and the Galaxy A72. The online event is set to happen on March 17, 2021, and the video will be streamed live on Samsung’s YouTube channel and Samsung Newsroom. This event’s date was leaked a few days ago when Samsung had accidentally listed the video on YouTube.

The Galaxy Awesome Unpacked will happen at 10 AM ET (8:30 PM IST or 3 PM GMT). We have already seen the design, specifications, and features of the Galaxy A52 and the Galaxy A72. Both mid-range smartphones from Samsung will come in LTE and 5G variants, and they are huge upgrades over their predecessors, the Galaxy A51 and the Galaxy A71. The only thing that remains to be seen during the event would be their pricing and availability.
 
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Seterolas

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Sempre se confirma regressão no processador comparativamente aos modelos do ano passado? Passámos do Snap730 para o 720??

Já agora quais as principais diferenças entre o A72 e A52? Bateria, tamanho de ecrã, uma câmara diferente, e mais alguma coisa que justifique o salto do A52 para o A72?
Achei o A52 super equilibrado para o preço
 

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Samsung announces Galaxy A52, Galaxy A52 5G and Galaxy A72

The new Galaxy A series started off with the entry level – the likes of the A32 and even A02 are already official, now it’s time to move up to the mid-range. Samsung unveiled the Galaxy A52 and A72 today, both focusing on fun but are also capable all-rounders.

The A52 comes in two flavors – 4G and 5G – while the A72 arrived only as a 4G phone. Let’s have a closer look at the new models.

Samsung Galaxy A52 and A52 5G

The Samsung Galaxy A52 is the smaller of the two phones. It has a flat 6.5” display and weighs in at 189grams with a battery that should last 2 days between charges.

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The display is a Super AMOLED panel with 1080p+ resolution and a high refresh rate – 90Hz for the 4G model and 120Hz on the 5G version. In High Brightness Mode this panel can reach 800 nits of brightness for better visibility even in bright sunlight.

The display is protected by a sheet of Gorilla Glass 5, the rest of the phone has additional protection in place to earn it an IP67 rating (dust tight, submersion up to 1m of water for 30 minutes).

The Galaxy A52 has an IP67 rating • Samsung Knox offers digital protection • You can connect two pairs of BT headphones
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The phone’s heart is its camera. The main module features a 64MP sensor with an f/1.8 aperture. It has Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) and Tetra-binning tech – Samsung’s name for Quad Bayer. With it enabled, four 0.8µm pixels are combined into one. In its default mode, the camera outputs 16MP binned photos, but you can take full resolution 64MP shots as well.

Night Mode shoots 12 frames and combines them into one bright image with little noise. The OIS helps keeps things stable while Night Mode is doing its thing. The main camera can record 4K videos at 30 fps.

Next up is the 12MP ultra-wide angle camera (123º field of view). It has an f/2.2 lens with a fixed focus. Rounding up the quartet are the 5MP macro camera and the 5MP depth sensor.

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The Galaxy A52 has a 4,500mAh battery and comes with a 15W charger in the box (unlike the pricier S-series). The phone supports 25W charger too – if you have one, you can fill the battery from 0% to 50% in half an hour.

The 4G model is powered by a Snapdragon 720G chipset, the 5G one gets the Snapdragon 750G instead. The CPU cores in the 750G are one generation newer and the Adreno GPU is slightly beefier (plus the display driver supports 120Hz refresh rate). Both are 8 nm chips.


If you pick the 4G model, you will get 4GB of RAM as standard, but can go up to 6GB and 8GB. The 5G model drops the 4GB option, there you can choose between 6GB and 8GB. Either way, base storage is 128GB and you can go up to 256GB if you want, but keep in mind that there’s a microSD slot available if you don’t need fast storage.

Samsung Galaxy A52 in Awesome Black, Blue Violet and Awesome White
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The A52 runs One UI 3.1 built on top of Android 11 out of the box and packs the Knox suite of security features. The 32MP selfie camera can be used for face unlock or you can use the in-display fingerprint reader instead.

The phone has a decent set of multimedia features, starting with the basics – a 3.5mm headphone jack and stereo speakers. The speakers are backed by Dolby Atmos support, including a special “Dolby Atmos for gaming” mode.

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The Samsung Galaxy A52 and A52 5G will be available soon in Black, Violet, White and Blue. The 4G version starts at €350, the 5G model can be yours for €430/£400. The A52 5G model is already on sale in the UK, you can find it on Samsung.com.


Sempre se confirma regressão no processador comparativamente aos modelos do ano passado? Passámos do Snap730 para o 720??

Já agora quais as principais diferenças entre o A72 e A52? Bateria, tamanho de ecrã, uma câmara diferente, e mais alguma coisa que justifique o salto do A52 para o A72?
Achei o A52 super equilibrado para o preço
O A52 4G tem o SD 732G e o A52 5G tem o SD 750G.
 
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Diogo_Ramalho

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Fiquei interessado neste A52, estou à procura de um telemóvel nesta gama de preço e este parece-me bastante equilibrado. Pena o modulo de câmera não ser o mesmo do A72, preferia a telephoto mas não queria um ecrã tão grande como o do A72. Boas propostas da Samsung!
 

leocris

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Eu sinceramente não entendo como o Samsung A51 vendeu tanto, até a minha mãe o comprou depois do A50 ter caído. Comparando eu vi tanto upgrade como downgrade e nunca daria o dinheiro que custa por ele.
Agora este A52 é uma evolução total:
- Snapdragon ao invés do Exynos;
- IP67;
- Dolby Atmos;
- 64MP f/1.8 OIS;
- 120Hz (na versão 5G);
...
Depois de ter um LG G3 e o atual LG G6, encontrei aquilo que queria.
Se o A51 vendeu aquilo que vendeu, imaginem este A52 o quanto é que vai vender. A Samsung está a acordar e a competir contra os chineses.

Só não acorda no preço. Os chineses oferecem o mesmo que este por menos 100€.
 
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