The build and overall design between the two models are identical. Even the color options are the same with our review unit sporting the catchy pastel violet shade. Samsung did provide a nicer 120Hz Super AMOLED screen this time around and you also get the more powerful Snapdragon 750G 5G chipset inside.
The rest of the specs remain unchanged from the 4G-enabled Galaxy A52 with a 4,500 mAh battery and quad-camera setup with a 64MP main shooter. Covering the software side is Samsung’s One UI on top of Android 11. Are the nicer screen and faster 5G chipset enough to prefer the A52 5G over its 4G counterpart? Stick around for our full review where we’ll cover all the details and give out our verdict.