Motorola Moto G52 90Hz screen, OLED panel, 3 rear cameras, 50MP lens

Motorola Moto G52, a mid-range smartphone. was launched in the Netherlands which is distinguished by the OLED screen, refresh rate of up to 90Hz and 3 rear cameras, lenses with a maximum resolution of 50MP, along with a large battery up to 5,000mAh, support fast charging up to 33W, with a price of not more than 10,000 baht

Motorola Moto G52 display screen is used as an OLED panel, 6.6 inches wide, FHD + resolution (2400×1080 pixels), 20:9 aspect ratio, 402ppi pixel density. There is a front camera with a resolution of 16MP.

The rear camera is installed with 3 lenses arranged in a straight line. It has a 50MP main camera, 8MP Ultra-Wide/Depth camera and a 2MP macro camera with LED flash, Quad Pixel technology, and has modes to use in Portrait, Color Spot, Smile Shutter, etc.

The internal specification is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 chipset, which is a mid-range powerhouse that uses the basics well, mixed with 4GB of RAM and 128GB of ROM, adding a MicroSD card up to 1TB. The operating system runs on Android 12 and has a 5,000 battery. mAh, supports 33W wired fast charging

Other details Motorola Moto G52 The body is splashproof, has stereo speakers, supports Dolby Atmos and has a 3.5 mm headphone jack, uses a USB Type-C port, biometric security system. both have a face scan and scan the fingerprint on the power button

Initially Motorola Moto G52 was launched in the Netherlands. Priced at 249 euros or about 9,000 baht (if sold in a zone outside of Europe There will be cheaper than this) The color options are available in 2 colors, white and gray for sale in other zones. No information has been released yet.


Source: Siamphone by news.siamphone.com.

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