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Leak: Samsung is bringing high refresh rate screens to its Galaxy A series

  • Samsung will reportedly deliver excessive refresh price screens to its Galaxy A sequence for the primary time.
  • The Galaxy A52 and A72 are mentioned to supply 90Hz screens, whereas the A52 5G might have a 120Hz panel.

Samsung has provided excessive refresh price screens on its flagship telephones solely, with the Galaxy S sequence, Galaxy Note vary, and Galaxy Z Fold 2 all providing 120Hz shows.

Now, it seems to be like Samsung may very well be bringing excessive refresh price screens to its budget-focused Galaxy A sequence for the primary time. According to SamMobile, the upcoming Galaxy A52 and Galaxy A72 will each provide a 90Hz display screen. It’s not fairly 120Hz just like the agency’s flagships, however ought to nonetheless be an enchancment over the usual 60Hz refresh price.

Fortunately, SamMobile claims that the Galaxy A52 5G will provide a 120Hz refresh price, probably because of the telephone packing a extra succesful Snapdragon 750G chipset in comparison with the A52 and A72’s much less highly effective Snapdragon 720G SoC. It’s value noting nevertheless that even Snapdragon 765G telephones struggled to hit 90fps or 120fps in our benchmark testing, though normal efficiency was nonetheless easy. So we’d anticipate an identical situation with the Galaxy A52 5G.

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The new 5G telephone can also be tipped to supply a 6.5-inch OLED display screen, 6GB to 8GB of RAM, 128GB to 256GB of storage, and a 4,500mAh battery with 25W charging. The outlet provides that the telephone additionally sports activities a 64MP foremost digicam, 12MP ultra-wide snapper, 5MP macro digicam, 5MP depth sensor, and 32MP selfie shooter.

Either method, it looks like Samsung is catching up with rivals like Motorola, Xiaomi, and OnePlus in providing excessive refresh price panels on cheaper telephones.


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