Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd today announced the Samsung Galaxy A52s 5G. After the release A52 model, which had a similar design but severely lacked functionality, this version makes sure to cover all that up.
Samsung launched the Galaxy A52 5G and 4G in March this year, and six months later, the South Korean smartphone maker is giving the lineup a mid-cycle refresh.
According to the Samsung website, “The Galaxy A52s 5G lets you enjoy a powerful game experience with an AI-based Game Booster. The Frame Booster feature adds virtual images between frames to smooth graphics to maximize your game experience.”
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As made pretty clear by the naming convention, the new Galaxy A52s isn’t a big departure from the existing models. It retains the same design language and dimensions and shares many hardware similarities with the Galaxy A52 5G. Where the Galaxy A52s differs is in the SoC and charging departments, as it comes with a faster chipset and charger.
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Further detailing their product, “The Galaxy A52s 5G allows for a fuller visual experience with its Infinity-O display, meaning you can enjoy your favorite movies on a large, flat, and immersive 6.5″ Super AMOLED display. And gaming just got better with the super-smooth 120Hz refresh rate, designed for hours of smooth scrolling and game-playing, allowing for an awesome experience.”
The device will initially go for sale in the UK, and the standard 6GB/128GB variant will retail for £410 from 3 September onwards. It will come in four color options: Awesome Black, Awesome White, Awesome Violet, and Awesome Mint.
“You can now get a stereo audio experience without earphones right from your phone. Take movie night or your favorite games to the next level with cinematic sound that immerses you in the scene thanks to the stereo speakers and Dolby Atmos for an immersive 3D, surround-sound experience.”