The Samsung Galaxy A52s may not be getting a telephoto camera after all
The upcoming Samsung Galaxy A52s 5G will bring a more powerful chipset, the Snapdragon 778G (we have Geekbench results as proof). This is a big step up from Snapdragon 750G in A52 5G and 720G in vanilla A52. Despite hopes of further changes, however, this may be the only upgrade on the “s” model.
The A52s will have the same 64 + 12 + 5 + 5 MP setup as its two siblings, say sources who speak with GalaxyClub. Earlier it was said that the “s” model will adopt a camera setup similar to the Galaxy A72, which has a 3x telephoto lens.
It does not happen, it seems. There are no other upgrades either. The selfie camera reportedly stays the same with a 32 MP sensor. The battery capacity does not change either and remains at 4,500 mAh. In short, this will be the Galaxy A52 5G with the chipset replaced (it is admittedly a good deal with a 6 nm chip for an 8 nm, not to mention that the Adreno 642L GPU promises a big performance boost).
The rumored price of the Samsung Galaxy A52s 5G with 128GB of storage is € 450 (which converts to $ 535 or 39,500 INR). That’s what the A52 5G costs in Europe at the moment, so you either get a price cut or it’s interrupted.
PS. We are currently reviewing the Samsung Galaxy A52 5G, so expect an in-depth look at Samsung’s 5G mid-ranger soon.
Source (in Dutch)