Samsung Galaxy A52 5G gets bigger battery than predecessor

The successor to the popular Samsung Galaxy A51 will have a considerably larger battery. The Galaxy A52 5G, as the device is very likely called, would have a battery with a capacity of 4500 mAh.

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Samsung Galaxy A52 battery is much bigger

In comparison, the Galaxy A51 has a 4000 mAh battery. Information from the Chinese certification authority TENAA shows that the A52 5G has a 4500 mAh battery, which is a big step forward. Since the Galaxy A52 5G is reportedly not much bigger than the A51, the battery life may improve, but we are not sure. Due to the 5G support, the phone probably also uses (slightly) more power.

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The information also shows that the Galaxy A52 runs on Android 11 and has dual sim support. This allows you to get started with the latest Android features and it is possible to put two SIM cards in the device. This is useful if, for example, you have both a private and business telephone number.

Incidentally, it does not seem that you can charge the larger battery of the Galaxy A52 faster. According to leaked information, the device supports charging with up to 15 Watts, which is relatively slow. Other Samsung phones, such as the new S21, S21 Plus and S21 Ultra, support fast charging with 25 Watts.

More about the Galaxy A52 5G

Although it is not yet certain when Samsung will unveil the Galaxy A52 5G, we do not expect this to take long. The successor to the Galaxy A51 is said to have a faster processor and about the same design as its predecessor. We do not know whether camera improvements have also been made.

The alleged suggested retail prices of the Galaxy A52 recently surfaced. You pay 369 euros for the 4G model, which costs the smartphone the same as its predecessor. The 5G version is a bit more expensive at 449 euros and Samsung is releasing options with more storage space for both variants, which are also slightly more expensive.

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