Samsung Galaxy A52 5G appears on Geekbench with Snapdragon 750G
Originally launched in December of 2019, Samsung’s Galaxy A51 is one of the most popular phones of 2020 and was followed up with a 5G counterpart in April this year. Today, we have our first substantial leak of the Samsung Galaxy A52 5G which will be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 750G chipset and 6GB RAM.
The phone was spotted bearing the SM-A526B model number and scored 298-points in the single-core department and 1,001-points on the multi-core test. These scores are noticeably lower than the Galaxy A51 5G which does around 700-points on the single-core test and over 1,800 on the multi-core department but we’re likely seeing a pre-production model here.
Another interesting bit is that the A52 5G is listed with Android 11 on the software side. The only previous bit of intel we have is that it will feature a quad-camera setup similar to the A51. It remains to be seen what else Samsung has in store.
5G seriously ,even 4G sucks in philippines if available Philippines has worst quality in whole SEA
- 09 Dec 2020
- larry NG
I think the simple reason is that, SD 765G predates SD 750G in the midrange processors segment. The later/newer the processor, the more improvement and efficiency added it. Hence, it's sometime, if not most of the time not necessarily the number...
- 15 Nov 2020
Old processors has a down point of consuming high energy and heatup and future updates won't be there because of qualcomm won't give drivers for the new android update.
- 14 Nov 2020