The upcoming Samsung Galaxy A52s 5G will carry an extra tough chipset, the Snapdragon 778G (we now have Geekbench results as proof). This is quite a step up from the Snapdragon 750G within the A52 5G and the 720G within the vanilla A52. Despite hopes of extra adjustments, however, this can be the one to improve at the “s” style.
The A52s could have the same 64 + 12 + 5 + five MP setup as its two siblings, say sources chatting with Galaxymembership. Previously, there was a communication that the “s” type will undertake a digicam set up similar to the Galaxy A72, which has a 3x telephoto lens.
That isn’t going down, it sort of feels. Nor are any other upgrades. The selfie camera will reportedly stay the same with a 32 MP sensor. Battery capacity is not converting either, ultimate at four,500 mAh. In quick, this will probably be Galaxy A52 5G with the chipset swapped out (admittedly, buying and selling a 6 nm chip for an eight nm one is excellent, to not point out that Adreno 642L GPU guarantees a major performance spice up).