The Samsung Galaxy A52 and A72 will benefit from 90 and 120 Hz screens

Samsung’s next two mid-range smartphones will now feature 90 and 120 Hz screens, if the latest rumors are to be believed.

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Next mid-range iterations of the Korean brand, the Samsung A52 and A72 should soon be presented to the general public. If the latter do not offer performance worthy of the excellent Galaxy S21 Ultra, they still have many advantages, starting with a very attractive price / quality ratio. According to certain information put forward by SamMobile, the brand has also chosen to improve its formula compared to the A51 and A71, this time offering a screen with a 90 Hz refresh rate for the A72 and the 4G LTE version of the A52, and up to 120 Hz on the A52 5G model. This is very good news, especially when we know that the range was content until now with 60 Hz. Note that the terminal will also benefit from a processor more powerful than the rest of the range, with a SoC Snapdragon 750G from Qualcomm , against Snapdragon 720G for the A52 4G LTE and A72.

None of these rumors have yet been confirmed by the Korean brand. However, they seem to corroborate with other information already mentioned a little earlier regarding the Galaxy A52 5G. We expect a 6.5-inch Infinity Super-AMOLED screen in FHD + definition in 120 Hz, as well as 6 or 8 GB of RAM and up to 256 GB of storage depending on the version. The photo unit would be composed of a main sensor of 64 Mpx, an ultra wide-angle lens of 12 Mpx, a macro lens of 5 Mpx and a ToF sensor of 5 Mpx. At the front, rumors evoke a single 32 Mpx sensor, and a fingerprint reader placed under the screen. The latter would be accessible at around 460 € at the time of its release.

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