Samsung Galaxy M52 5G Global Rollout Continues; Reaching New Markets Soon

Faisal Rasool

Samsung recently launched the Galaxy M52 5G in Europe and Asia. Featuring Qualcomm silicon, a stunning display, and an ultra-slim design, the Galaxy A52 cousin is now heading to more markets. The product page for the phone was just made live on Samsung Brazil’s website. 

The Samsung Galaxy M52 5G is listed on the Samsung Brazil portal under the model number “SM-M526BZKJYO” — the same model as other global Galaxy M52 phones. Here’s a quick review.

At 7.4mm of depth and 173g of weight, the Galaxy M52 is the leanest, most lightweight Samsung phone in recent memory. Its edges are perfectly rounded, and the shell has a lined texture available in Blazing Black and Icy Blue. The camera island and the lenses have chrome accents.

We’re looking at a cluster of 64MP wide, 12MP 123° ultra-wide, and 5MP macro lenses. The front camera on Samsung's new phone model has a 32MP sensor behind it. The M52 5G shoots in single take and portrait modes. 

Flip the Galaxy M52 over to find a 6.7” super AMOLED screen and a hole punched through it at. It peaks at 1080P resolution and 120Hz refresh rate (that’s double the standard.) The bezel surrounding the panel is light and even.

It all runs on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G. The platform is built on a 6nm process and works with 6GB/8GB of memory. The chip also makes the Galaxy M52 futureproof with 5G connectivity that supports up to 11 bands. Plus, you get 128GB of internal storage, expandable up to a terabyte. 

To keep the dimensions slim, Samsung has trimmed the battery size from 7000 mAh to 5000 mAh in the Galaxy M52 5G. A single charge is enough for 17 hours of internet browsing and 81 hours of music playback. The phone also supports 25W charging. OneUI 3.1 runs on the hardware.


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