Motorola Moto G52 to the Netherlands next month for 249 euros

Motorola has just announced a brand new smartphone: the Moto G52. The device stands out because of the slim housing, has an AMOLED screen and runs on Android 12.

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Motorola Moto G52 officially to the Netherlands

The Motorola Moto G52 has already surfaced in rumors and has now been officially revealed. The phone succeeds the Moto G51, although this smartphone is only a few months old. The G51 has been available in the Netherlands since January this year and is now already ‘obsolete’.

The new Moto G52 is with a suggested retail price of 249 euro on appearance three tens cheaper than its predecessor. The Moto smartphone is vanaf medio mei available and comes in three colors: gray, blue and white. Despite the large 6.6-inch screen, the smartphone is remarkably light (169 grams). The housing is also relatively thin (7.99 millimeters), which makes the G52 a slim smartphone.

To come back to the screen: it is a 6.6-inch display with a refresh rate of 90Hz. This means that the screen is refreshed 90 times per second, so images are much smoother. The amoled screen should also show beautiful colors and has a full HD resolution, which is common in this price range.

Android 12, big battery and more

There are three cameras on the back. With the 50 megapixel main camera you take normal photos, which combines pixels to capture better pictures in the dark. In addition, the Moto G51 has an 8 megapixel wide-angle lens that also functions as a depth sensor, and another macro camera for close-ups.

Under the hood is a Snapdragon 680 processor with 4/6GB of RAM and 128/256GB of storage. We see the SD680 chip more often in cheaper Android phones and cannot handle 5G. The Motorola Moto G52 does have a 5000 mAh battery, which charges quickly (30 Watts). The housing is splash-proof, just like many other Moto’s.

Finally, the Moto G52 runs on Android 12, the latest version of the operating system. Motorola often gives its phones one major Android upgrade (in this case to Android 13) and two years of security patches. Companies such as Samsung and OnePlus do this better and support their cheaper devices for longer.

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