. But we must not forget that the Korean brand launched two versions of the device and we now have in hands the Galaxy A52 5G., Which one is the best choice. Are there many differences between them Let’s find out Much of what you will see in this review. Will sound repetitive, but this is due to the fact that the two versions of the Galaxy A52 are virtually the same. On the outside. They are identical in size, design and weight. Only the color offerings change with the 4G version hitting the market in four options and the 5G only in shades of violet and black., As in the other version. The A52 5G has a plastic body with IP67 certification for protection against water., The giant camera block at the rear integrates subtly into the housing, giving it a more modern look than Samsung’s old middlemen.. The central part brings thin edges and a central hole for the selfie camera.. On the right side. We have the power and volume control buttons. At the bottom. There is a headphone jack, USB C port microphone and speaker. At the top. We find another microphone and hybrid SIM Card and Micro SD drawer.. The biometric reader is located under the screen and responds well and quickly. In terms of connectivity. We only have support for the 5G network in this model, while the cheapest one is limited to the 4G mobile internet. Besides, it will have exactly the same version of Wi, Fi, Bluetooth and other technologies.
. The second difference between the two versions of the Galaxy A52 is for the screen.. The 4G model comes with a 90 Hz panel and the 5G version features a 120 Hz screen.. If you are looking for a little more fluidity, then you already know which Galaxy A52 to choose.. But if that doesn’t matter you can save money and choose the cheapest.. Both versions have the same screen, size, identical resolution and Super AMOLED technology with vibrant colors and a wide viewing angle., Regardless of which version of the A52 you choose. It will have a very bright screen to ensure optimum visibility. Anywhere., The sound part does not differ between the two and we have stereo sound with good power.. We feel that there is a lack of mediums, but for both music and movies, you will have a good experience with the Galaxy A52.. It features Dolby Atmos, support that allows you to enhance, surround support, but don’t expect too much from the small speakers.. The third and final difference between the two versions of the Galaxy A52 is in the adopted chipset.. The 4G model comes with Snapdragon 720G and the 5G variant brings the Snapdragon 750G.. Is there a lot of difference between the two It depends. In our multi tasking speed test? We didn’t see the A52 5G being faster and it was even a little behind the cheaper version.. How is this possible In our previous review? We complained that the software is poorly optimized and has a delay in response time when switching between applications.
. This also affects the 5G variant and even more critically it’s the kind of thing that can be fixed via software, but for now, don’t expect a better day to day experience with the A52 5G. In benchmarks. We can actually feel the difference in performance between the Snapdragon 720G and the 750G.. In the case of AnTuTu, we saw the A52 5G achieve a 20 higher score. We hope that this difference will also be felt in real use in the future.. Well, what about games? The 5G variant of the A52 has a slightly more powerful GPU, and this helps to better exploit the potential of the 120 Hz screen. In synthetic tests. The Adreno 619 is up to 15 faster than the Adreno 618.. With that we achieve a smooth flow, more stable. In games running on the A52 5G. In PUBG, it was possible to play in HD with textures at the top. In Asphalt 9 we had no choking and in CoD Mobile we were able to run well in the medium with high fps rate.. The A52 5G also comes with a 4500 mAh battery, but this is where the 120 Hz screen ends up. Weighing. Your battery ended up yielding 20 less in our standardized test, which shows that having extra fluidity ends up taking its price.. It is also good to take into account the hardware difference, as the Snapdragon 750G may not be as efficient as the 720G.. The A52 comes with a 15 watt charger and takes 150 to get the battery from 0 to 100.
, With 15 minutes. In the socket we recover 18 of the battery reaching 34 with half an hour in the socket.. The recharge time could be better if Samsung sent a 25 watt charger with the device. As it happens, in the A72., The Galaxy A52 5G hits the market with Android 11 and One UI 3.1 interface.. He is part of the select group of Samsung phones that will receive three system updates in addition to four years of security updates., The A52’s software responds well despite the delay in the response time of the touch sensor.. This only affects the multi tasking and if you switch quickly between multiple applications. In general use, the Korean intermediary responds well and delivers good fluidity with animations flowing at 120 fps.. All the features present on the A52, 4G and other recent brand launches are here such as Tela Edge or Music Share.. These are features that emerged in the brand’s top of the line models and were taken to more affordable cell phones.. The photographic set of the A52 5G is the same as the A52 4G.. The main camera has a 64 MP sensor. The secondary has 12 MP with an ultra wide lens. The tertiary is dedicated to macros and the last one to blur scenes both with 5 MP.. On the front, we have a 32 MP camera for selfies., Like the other version. The Galaxy A52 also records good photos with detailed images, but here it tends to saturate a little more in colors.
. This is clear in photos with a shade of red, but it also does not generate images that are very unrealistic. HDR kicks in to save details lost in the shadows, but it doesn’t always do a good job.. The ultra wide sore is slightly sharp at the corners of the photos and has a softer saturation compared to the main. One.. Shooting at night is not a challenge for the A52 5G, but the software tries to reduce noise as much as possible, and this ends up making the photos dark.. At least there is night mode which reverses the problem without compromising the quality of the photos.. The A52 does not have a dedicated zoom camera, so its good to avoid going over 2x digital zoom or youll have a sharp drop in photo quality.. The macro is capable of recording good photos, but as it does not have autofocus, you will suffer to get the correct, distance., Blurring works well with people and objects, and you can select the intensity of the effect.. The front is capable of recording good selfies during the day and has two zoom modes with the wider one, allowing more people to be included in the photos.. The portrait mode separates the person well from the background and has few errors. Besides not deactivating. The HDR. In darker places we already have a considerable drop in the sharpness of the selfies, but the photos do not come out taken with noise, as is common in intermediaries.
. The A52 5G camcorder records in 4K, with the main camera ultra wide and front.. The quality of the footage is good, with many details colors without exaggeration and few noises.. There is stabilization for shaking reduction, but it is only available in Full HD resolution.. The audio capture is quality and suffers little from wind noise.. Are you wondering which version of the Galaxy A52 to buy? After our analysis, it became clear that the only advantage of the most expensive model is the support for 5G.. It is even better for games and has a 120 Hz screen, but its battery lasts less and the cameras offer the same quality for photos and videos.. If 5G is not that important to you buy the cheapest A52., Do you insist on having 5G and were disappointed with the performance of the A52? We recommend the Moto G 5G, which comes with the same Snapdragon 750G and amount of memory, but as the software is better optimized, it ends up delivering much higher performance.. The bad thing is that the Motorola one has only a 60 Hz screen, but on the other hand, it has a better battery and records better macros and night shots.. Now, if you are looking for an alternative with the same chip and 120 Hz screen, then we recommend the Mi 10T Lite.. It is also more responsive than the A52 in use with various applications. However, the battery lasts much less., At least the recharge time on the Xiaomi model is much faster, which ends up paying off.
. The Mi 10T Lite has good cameras, but don’t expect too much when shooting at night.. We have to admit that we were a little disappointed with the A52 5G.. You end up paying more for just supporting 5th generation networks that are still scarce in Brazil.. If you want to be prepared for the future, you will end up finding more interesting options.. If that is not so important to you, then we recommend saving and going on the Galaxy A52 4G.. You may be thinking of the 120 Hz screen as an advantage, and it really helps deliver a little better fluidity, but the GPU is not strong enough to run multiple games at 120 FPS.. Ultimately, performance is almost on par with the A52 4G and you still lose battery power.. The cameras are good, but do not bring any gain for the amount you pay over the phone.. It could have a macro with auto focus and a telephoto lens like the A72.. It will only be worth paying a maximum of R 200 more for the A52 5G.. If the difference between the two models is more than that, it will be better to go for the cheaper one or look for another 5G option on the market.. It arrived for. Salty R 3500, but it will only make sense when it is around R 2000. And to follow the best offers for him. You already know just click on the links that are below that also bring the best prices for the other models mentioned in this analysis.
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