good news! Samsung is preparing to bring its flagship high refresh rate screen to mid-range models starting with the Galaxy A52 and A72.

Today we have good news. As it has been revealed earlier that Samsung is preparing to bring the high refresh rate display screen used in the top phones. Come to use with the mid-level model this year.

The latest, reliable news source from SamMobile confirms that both Samsung Galaxy A52 and Samsung Galaxy A72 It will come with a 90Hz display, which is the first for mid-range Galaxy devices, while the Galaxy A52 5G will feature the same 120Hz screen that is used on Samsung’s flagship phones.

So why will the Galaxy A52 5G get a higher refresh screen? This may be because this model will come with a more powerful processor, possibly the Snapdragon 750G instead of the Snapdragon 720G used in the Galaxy A52 and Galaxy A72.

However, even with the 90Hz display on the A52 and A72, it can provide a much smoother user experience. And in addition to the fact that the high refresh rate has been applied to Samsung’s non-flagship models, it is very good news. Because the 60Hz screen feels too old now.

We also have a specification for the Galaxy A52 5G, with news that it will come with 6GB / 8GB RAM and 128GB / 256GB storage, comes with a Snapdragon 750G chipset, a Full HD + Infinity display. 6.5-inch O Super AMOLED, 64MP main rear camera, 12MP ultrawide camera, depth 5MP, macro 5MP, front camera 32MP, fingerprint sensor on screen and 4,500mAh battery with 25W fast charging support, phone will run Android. 11 out of the box works with OneUI 3.1

And according to the data released by the retailer, the Samsung Galaxy A52 5G may be priced in Europe at about 450 euros (about 16,300 baht), while the LTE model may cost around $ 400 or about 11,900 baht and it is expected Will be officially launched sometime next month

source: sammobile, voice

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