Samsung's galaxy a52 5g

This is Samsung's galaxy a52 5g and it brings some nice respects compared to, the regular galaxy a52 as well as a higher price tag, is the upgrade worth the cost though and is this still competitive enough against, other high value mid-rangers i'm will for gsm arena and let's find out in our full review.

The galaxy a52 5g brings the same style as other recent Samsung mid-rangers with, a pastel color scheme and soft matte finish, it's actually really hard to tell this apart from the regular galaxy a52 and the similar name doesn't make things any easier the design is really nice though both to look at and to touch , although it's made of plastic it doesn't, feel cheap and there is plenty of grip The a525g seems well built and sturdy and it also has ip67 rated water and dust resistance for extra peace of mind one of the major differences from the regular a52 was in the display it's a 6.5 inch super amoled with a 1080p resolution and gorilla glass 5 protection and actually that's all the same but here you get a 120hz refresh, rate compared to 90 hertz on the other model. This means that swiping and scrolling content on screen looks that much, smoother it isn't adaptive it'll either run at 60 or 120 hertz depending on your settings and won't dial down further to save energy.

This display is quite nice though with deep contrasty blacks and great color accuracy max brightness is good too we measured up to 380 nits when using the manual slider and it boosts up to 790 nits in auto mode when out in bright sun and while the galaxy a52 5g isn't advertised, as having an hdr10 screen we were able, to stream that sort of content from youtube at least, Besides the display's refresh rate the, other major difference here compared to, the galaxy a52 is a 5g capable chipset rather than a snapdragon 720 g now there was a snapdragon 750 g5g built on an 8 nanometer process honestly compared to the other model. The difference isn't huge so you're mostly benefiting from the increased connectivity at this price a lot of competitors are actually running flagship grade silicon but performance here is still solid for a mid-range, device both cpu and gpu-wise games run, quite well and the a525g also does a nice job as far as thermals, go alright let's move on to the phone's other features which are pretty much the same as on the regular galaxy a52 for audio there's both a headphone jack as well as a stereo speaker setup with the earpiece doubling as the top speaker. They earned a score of good on our, loudness charts and the quality is decent with well-presented mids okay. Highs and not much bass, waking up and unlocking the a52 5g can, be done with the under display, fingerprint reader it's accurate and responsive and you get 128 or 256 gigs of storage on the a525g and it is expandable through microsd. The interface of the a525g is Samsung's latest one ui 3.1 based on android 11. It's clean looking yet feature packed and comes with the promise of plenty of software support down the road there are quite a few android 11 features included here such as improved media controls, Within the notification shade one feature that we really like is the option to pin apps to the top of the menu for share options, and you get samsung features like the edge panel which is a convenient place to store shortcuts there's a game launcher too which acts as a hub for your games and provides things like do not disturb options, Powering the phone is a 4500 milliamp hour battery the same as in the a52 but actually battery life is a bit better here the 5g model earned an endurance rating of 111 hours in our proprietary tests,  charging speed is nothing special though. The phone comes with a 15 watt adapter in the box and with it we were able to charge from zero to 34 in half an hour a full charge took an hour and 40 minutes. The galaxy a52 5g has four cameras on the back there's a 64 megapixel, quad bear main cam with ois a 12 megapixel ultra wide a 5 megapixel macro cam and a depth sensor photos from the main cam, come out in 16 megapixels by default and they're quite solid with enough detail excellent contrast accurate colors and wide dynamic range. Thanks to hdr we've seen sharper images from this class though and actually, you get a sharper result if you disable the hdr at the cost of the tonal extremes. The phone offers two times lossless zoom from the main camera which is achieved by cropping from the center of the full 64 megapixel image these are great with excellent detail accurate colors and superb contrast and dynamic range but each one takes a couple of seconds to process 12 megapixel photos from the ultrawide camera are, excellent some of the best you can get from a mid-range phone the noise reduction is gentle resulting in a good level of detail, and you get commendable colors and contrast as well as dynamic range. The distortion correction is proficient too the 5 megapixel macro cam produces photos. That are detailed contrasty and colorful but the fixed focus means that getting a photo to come out sharp takes a lot of trial and error though in low light, The main camera shoots outstanding photos they have nice detail low noise levels saturated colors good, contrast and praiseworthy exposure and dynamic range for some reason night mode shots come out in a cropped 12 megapixels and they aren't a huge improvement, over the auto mode photos, some blown highlights and dark shadows are restored and the noise is cleaned up, at the cost of some fine detail at times there is no lossless zoom at night these are a simple crop and upscale with some loss in quality nighttime images from the ultra wide are okay. The exposure is better than expected the detail isn't half bad and the colors have good saturation night mode makes a big improvement, though these photos are brighter with less noise and even better colors selfies, taken with the 32 megapixel front facing cam are good they may not be the sharpest around. But they have excellent contrast colors and dynamic range the a525g can capture 4k video at 30fps with both its main rear camera and the ultrawide cam but there's only support for stabilization in 1080p resolution, anyway 4k videos from the main cam are excellent for the class, with plenty of detail and low noise plus the colors are accurate the contrast is great and dynamic range is wide too the ultra wide's 4k footage is noisier than, the main cams and there is some softness near the corners of the frame it's still quite nice though with excellent, detail in the center of the frame accurate colors good contrast and outstanding dynamic range so that's, the Samsung galaxy a52 5g you get a snazzy soft matte design a 120hz amoled screen, a solid 5g enabled chipset good battery life stereo speakers and Samsung software support plus, There's a great all-around camera experience too it all sounds great. So what's there to complain about well for the moment it's the price. The a525g costs quite a bit more than the regular a52 and it's hard to justify spending that much, more money just for 5g and a faster refresh rate for this kind of cash, you can find phones with more powerful chipsets and faster charging too so while the a525g is a great device, unless this price goes down is tough to recommend thanks for watching guys, stay safe and see you on the next one you.


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