The Samsung Galaxy F52 5G came with Snapdragon 750G
The first member of the Samsung Galaxy F series of mid-range smartphones was the Galaxy F41, which debuted last October and is now joined by a new device. The Samsung Galaxy F52 came with a Snapdragon 750G chipset, a 64-megapixel primary camera, and a 120 Hz screen.
The Samsung Galaxy F52 5G features a 6.6-inch Full HD + resolution TFT LCD that supports 120 Hz image refresh. The front camera is located in the upper right corner of the display, and the resolution of the image capture unit in the crop is 16 megapixels.
Stay tuned for the cameras; on the back of the primary camera is 64 megapixels, complemented by an 8-megapixel ultra-wide-angle and two 2-megapixel auxiliary sensors, one for depth measurement the other for a macro module.
Undercover the Samsung Galaxy F52 5G, the calculations are performed by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G chipset, supplemented by 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. The smartphone’s storage can be expanded, and the micro SD has its slot, which can handle cards up to 1 TB. As the name suggests, the Samsung device supports 5G networks.
The mobile runs the Android 11 operating system, completed by Samsung’s proprietary One UI 3.1 user interface. Some pre-installed applications from various third parties are also part of the system, but the future owner can delete these at any time.
Other key features of the Samsung Galaxy F52 5G include a headphone output, a fingerprint reader on the mobile frame, and a 4500 mAh battery that receives power via a USB-C port, supporting a 25-watt fast charge.
The Samsung Galaxy F52 5G is now pre-orderable in China, where local shoppers can choose the smartphone in two colors, white and black. Converted from mobile local money, it will be available at approximately 288 dollars. Whether the mobile will be available in other regions has not yet been discussed.