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    Introducing the Samsung Galaxy M52 5G with Snapdragon 778 and 120Hz Super AMOLED display
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    Tags:  Smartphone  -  Android  -  5G  -  Snapdragon-778G  -  Samsung

    On Friday, September 24, 2021 (October 2, 1400), Samsung quietly unveiled a new M series phone called Galaxy M52 5G on the Polish website of the company; The phone is supposed to be officially unveiled on September 28 (October 6) in India, but its full specifications (except for the price, of course) are available this time. The M52 5G, as its name implies, is a sequel to Samsung's previous Galaxy M51, but in some cases it also bears similarities to the new A52s. The M52 5G, as its name implies, supports 5G network, which together with the modern SD778G processor are the most important changes from the previous M51.

     Introducing the Samsung Galaxy M52 5G with Snapdragon 778 and 120Hz Super AMOLED display

    The M52 5G has undergone design changes compared to the M51, but they still belong to the same The common family can be found in factors such as the central selfie camera and the side fingerprint sensor. The shape of the back of the device is slightly different and apart from reducing the number of camera lenses to 3, a set of parallel lines are used in parallel with the phone in all three colors of black, white and blue, which is a different combination than the simple design of M51 in this part.

    https://mobiletony.com Introducing the Samsung Galaxy M52 5G with Snapdragon 778 and 120Hz Super AMOLED display

    The constant size and aspect ratio of the screen provide ideal conditions for comparing the dimensions and sizes of the two phones; The M52 5G has a length and width of 164.2 and 76.4 mm, respectively, while the two numbers on the M51 were lower than expected, at 163.9 and 76.3 mm, respectively. Thus, in the most optimistic case, we should talk about the minimal changes and the relative stability of the length and width of this phone compared to the previous generation. In terms of thickness, however, the situation is quite different, and considering the reduction of 2,000 mAh battery, we do not expect anything but the obvious thinning of the new M series phone; In fact, the M52 is only 7.4 mm thick compared to the M51 9.5 mm thick. Weighing in at just 173 grams, the M52 5G is a lightweight phone, which is a bit odd considering the large 6.7-inch display and 5,000mAh battery. For comparison, the Galaxy A52s 5G (and of course the A52 5G before it) with a 6.5-inch screen and 4,500 mAh battery is quite heavier and weighs 189 grams. In the search for the cause of the lower weight of the M52 5G, you should probably look more at the plastic material of the body.

    The screen is still a 6.7-inch Super AMOLED Plus with a resolution of 1080 x 2400 pixels, but this time it supports a 120 Hz refresh rate with a big change. The specs page does not mention that the refresh rate depends on the content on the screen (and what Samsung calls Adaptive refresh), and apparently, like other Samsung intermediaries, you can only choose between two refresh rates of 60 or 120 Hz. This time around, Samsung has opted to move the fingerprint sensor to the side of the phone and to the power button as usual, which naturally offers higher speed and accuracy than regular light sensors inside the display, despite using an OLED display. p>

    https://mobiletony.com Introducing the Samsung Galaxy M52 5G with Snapdragon 778 and 120Hz Super AMOLED display

    Selfie camera at the top of the screen Also, the 32-megapixel f/2.2 has no autofocus, which is no different than before, and apparently it can also be used for face recognition.

    The back of the 5-megapixel depth-of-field sensor has been removed, but the other three units at least on paper do not show any change from the M51. The device has a 64-megapixel main camera with f/1.8 and the ability to capture video with a maximum resolution of 4K/30fps, along with a 12-megapixel ultraviolet with f/2.2 and a 123-degree field of view that lacks autofocus. Finally, the third and last member of this series is the 5-megapixel macro f/2.4 camera, which is used to capture images from very close distances, and this camera also does not support autofocus.

    https://mobiletony.com Introducing the Samsung Galaxy M52 5G with Snapdragon 778 and 120Hz Super AMOLED display

    Despite the many similarities between the M52 and the M51, a defining difference between the two It completely separates; Where the not-so-powerful Snapdragon 730G processor has been replaced by the modern Snapdragon 778G chipset, which not only looks less fuel-efficient and modern with 6-nanometer lithography (compared to the 8-nanometer technology on the SD730G), but also has much better processing and graphics cores. Its interior also allows connection to a 5G network. The Snapdragon 778G uses four Arm Cortex-A78 cores and four Cortex-A55 cores, and its Adreno 642L graphics move closer to the flagship category by moving away from the mid-range. The RAM and internal memory of the phone have been announced as 6 and 128 GB, respectively, but other versions of this model with higher memory will probably be available in the future. Of course, the RAM of this model can be increased up to another 4 GB virtually, which is provided by the internal memory of the phone. The M51's independent microSD memory port has been replaced by a shared hybrid slot with a second SIM card, but its maximum capacity has increased from the previous 512GB to 1TB.

     Introducing the Samsung Galaxy M52 5G with Snapdragon 778 and 120Hz Super AMOLED display

    The device's battery capacity has been reduced from 7,000 mAh on the M51 to a more reasonable 5,000mAh. Naturally, this leads to a noticeable difference in battery life compared to before, but you can expect at least part of this reduction in battery life to be offset by the less expensive SD778G processor. The official announced times of this phone include 17 hours of internet presence (in both WiFi and LTE modes) and 48 hours of talk time (on 4G LTE platform), which is 23 to 24 hours of internet presence and 64 hours of 4G LTE talk time in M51. Have been reduced.

    https://mobiletony.com Introducing the Samsung Galaxy M52 5G with Snapdragon 778 and 120Hz Super AMOLED display

    The maximum power of the charger supported in this set is 25 watts, but this charger is not provided with the device and must be provided separately.

    The presence of 5G (sub-6GHz) and Wi-Fi upgrade to version 6 are the main notable changes in the communication part of this phone, and the removal of the 3.5 mm headset jack is another important point in this regard. The device's Bluetooth is still older than version 5 and supports NFC and GPS/GLONASS/BeiDou/Galileo/QZSS routers (apparently all on a single frequency).

     Introducing the Samsung Galaxy M52 5G with Snapdragon 778 and 120Hz Super AMOLED display

    Samsung Galaxy M52 5G with Android 11 operating system and One UI 3.1 user interface is introduced to the market and There is no official news about the price of its presence in the market yet. Some news sources, of course, have mentioned the price of this phone at 380 Euros.





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