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There are no less than four Samsung Galaxy *52 models, and we've already covered the three ones in the A series. On our quest to exhaust that list, we'll now be showing you the Galaxy M52 5G - a slightly more budget-friendly alternative that misses out on some A-level goodies but still comes with a 5G-capable chipset, a large 120Hz AMOLED display, spec-heavy cameras, and a big battery.
The M52 5G is equipped with the Snapdragon 778G 5G SoC (same as the A52s 5G), so you'll be getting great performance for the class, latest-gen connectivity, and potentially great battery life, an area where the 5,000mAh power pack certainly helps (4,500mAh on the A models). The M series can have 120Hz screens, too, and the M52 5G's 6.7-inch AMOLED is also slightly larger than the 6.5-inch ones of the A trio - bigger is better, some say.
In the imaging department, Samsung has scrapped the 5MP depth camera, much to nobody's objection. Fret not - the 5MP 'macro' unit is still here. More importantly, there's a 64MP primary camera and a 12MP ultrawide, as well as a 32MP one for selfies.
Some concessions had to be made to fit the budget, naturally. The lack of an IP rating is a bummer indeed (the As are IP67-certified), and a single loudspeaker is undoubtedly one fewer than the stereo setups of the higher-priced phones. Whether you'd call the M52's side-mounted fingerprint sensor a pro or a con compared to the under-display ones on the As, is entirely up to you.
The presentation of the Galaxy M52 5G is in line with other mid-tier Samsungs. The two-piece white cardboard box has a likeness of the phone printed on the lid, and the phone's name is above it.
Inside the box, a somewhat unpleasant surprise awaits - the charger is only rated for 15W output while the M52 5G can take up to 25W. There is a USB-A-to-C cable included in the box, and that's about it.
As the features mentioned for this phone, almost fulfill it. Good battery, capturing pics, space etc. But the one thing I have noticed that it’s back button sometimes not work properly, until we minimize and reopen the app. That is something embarr...
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