Samsung Galaxy A52s specs detailed: to feature a Snapdragon 778 SoC

Michail, 12 August 2021

There’s been quite a few leaks and rumors surrounding the upcoming Samsung Galaxy A52s and now Roland Quandt is bringing the most detailed list of specs we’ve seen yet. Galaxy A52S 5G is regarded as a refresh of the standard Galaxy A52 5G with the key difference being in the chipset department.


The upcoming "s" model will pack the newer and more capable Snapdragon 778G chipset in place of the Snapdragon 750G found in its predecessor. The new SoC should give the A52s a 15% advantage in single and multi-core performance. Quandt mentions the phone will only come with 6GB RAM and 128GB storage in Europe while other regions will also get an 8/256GB trim.

Snapdragon 778G
Snapdragon 778G

Everything else from the 6.5-inch Super AMOLED display with 120Hz refresh rate to the 64MP quad-camera setup and 4,500 mAh battery is said to remain unchanged. The software front will be covered by One UI 3.1 on top of Android 11. Pricing is said to start at €449 while color options include black, mint, blue and purple.

Samsung Galaxy A52s in: Awesome Mint Samsung Galaxy A52s in: Awesome Mint Samsung Galaxy A52s in: Awesome Purple Samsung Galaxy A52s in: Awesome Purple Samsung Galaxy A52s in: Awesome Black Samsung Galaxy A52s in: Awesome Black Samsung Galaxy A52s in: Awesome White Samsung Galaxy A52s in: Awesome White
Samsung Galaxy A52s in Awesome Mint, Purple, Black, Awesome White

Source (in German)


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  • Sandeep

The price should be reach Indians market... If Samsung keeps the price high then it's not worthy... Because if we check another brand phones, like iqoo 7(which is sub-brand of Vivo), it's offering Snapdragon 870 processor for only at 33k, t...

  • Nik

Samsung India is testing patience of Indians by releasing 5G models like A22, M42, when people are ready to shell out more money to compete Chinese 5G models. Samsung India must release A52s 5G this month at mid range budget around 30k.

  • Anonymous

Nah they won't will be atleast 6k higher than 4g variant

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