The Samsung Galaxy A52 5G, launched a while ago in Nepal gets an iterative upgrade — it’s called Galaxy A52s 5G. The mid-ranger improves upon its predecessor’s major disappointment, i.e. chipset and slow charging speed.
The new Samsung Galaxy A52s 5G brings the Snapdragon 778G chipset, which is fabricated in TSMC’s 6nm technology. The SoC has four Kryo 670 cores, a high-end Adreno 642L GPU, and an X53 5G modem with up to 3.3 Gbps of download speed. It’s a significant bump from the Snapdragon 750G’s two A77 cores and Adreno 619 GPU.
Albeit the fancy new chipset, it still has the same memory configuration. The base variant comes with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of onboard storage, though you can also get an 8GB/128GB model. If in case you want to upgrade the storage there’s a microSD card slot.
Another major change is its 25W fast charger, which isn’t an upgrade as technically the A52 5G also has the 25W charging but only arrives with a 15W charging adapter,