On March 14, 2021, Samsung has officially launched its new smartphones, Galaxy A52 and Galaxy A72 at the Galaxy Awesome Unpacked event. However, these phones are the successors of the Galaxy A51 and Galaxy A71 that were launched back in March 2020.
It is worth mentioning that it’s the first time when the Korean tech giant has introduced A series of devices at an Unpacked event. And of the Galaxy A52 and A72 equipped with powerful hardware and software installations to deliver a flagship-like experience at mid-range pricing.
Samsung has been committed to providing the latest mobile operating system for Galaxy users and has now expanded to the A-series. The Galaxy A52, A52 5G, and A72 will support three-generations of Android upgrades and regular security updates for at least four years.
The Galaxy A52, A52 5G, and A72 are water and dust resistant with an IP67. You can also plan for the unexpected with instant support and guaranteed coverage for damages, breakdowns, theft, and loss by adding Samsung Care+.
Samsung Galaxy A52 packs a 4500mAh battery while the Galaxy A72 equipped with a slightly larger 5,000mAh battery that lasts two days.
Life moves quickly, and phones should keep up. With power, hyper-fast speeds, and strong performance, the Galaxy A52 5G makes 5G connectivity accessible.
Enjoy premium essentials:
The Galaxy A52, A52 5G, and A72 are equipped with the Galaxy essentials including stereo speakers and external memory up to 1TB. Enhance the stereo speakers’ experience with Dolby Atmos for a rich soundscape filled with up-leveled depth and detail.
Samsung enhances the experience and style with a vivid display and exquisite design to adapt and reflect your life.
Brighter and Smoother –
With Super AMOLED displays alongside 120Hz refresh rates on the Galaxy A52 5G, and 90Hz on the Galaxy A52 and A72, users can experience the scrolling even smoother. Thanks to the 800 nits increase in brightness, you can continue to watch and scroll through social media posts even when outdoors.
Comfortable viewing experience –
The display has also obtained the “Eye Care” certification, and automatically adjusts the color temperature of the display according to the usage pattern of the smartphone, thereby reducing eye fatigue through the “Eye Comfort Shield”.
Refined design –
The new Galaxy A series adopts a novel design, a soft design, and a minimal camera housing, which is both simple and purposeful.
Samsung Galaxy A52 and Galaxy A72 are powered by Snapdragon 720G while the 5G version of the Galaxy A52 equipped with Snapdragon 750G processor.
The Galaxy A52/A52 5G and Galaxy A72 come pre-packed with the latest Android 11 based One UI 3.1 out of the box.
In terms of design, the Galaxy A52, A52 5G, and A72 phones have a brand new rear panel that looks attractive with the matte finish even with the polycarbonate body. On the front side, there is a punch-hole camera in the top middle and thin bezels around the corners. The top side also equips an in-display fingerprint scanner for advanced protection.
Samsung has set high standards for camera quality, and the Galaxy A52, A52 5G, and A72 are no exception. By providing exciting camera innovations for the new Galaxy A series, you can enjoy more fun and versatile photos and videos.
Versatile Camera Experience –
With the Galaxy A52, A52 5G, and A72, you can shoot vivid and crisp photos and videos with ease with its massive 64MP high-resolution camera. Moreover, instantly convert your favorite moments from 4K video to 8MP high-resolution images with the 4K Video Snap.
Along with this, Scene Optimizer uses AI to shoot with the best settings for 30 categories of images and backgrounds (such as food, scenery, and pets). All three models come with a 32MP front camera for selfies.
Stable day or night –
The OIS (optical image stabilization) ensures pictures and videos come out sharp and steady. And there’s no need to miss an important moment anymore in low lighting conditions because of the Night mode that uses multi-frame processing, resulting in a bright and crisp image even in the dark.
Fun content capture –
Use AR Emoji and “My Filters” to add style and unique style to your content. In addition, when you capture content from the local camera app, you can now apply Snapchat’s AR lens through Fun Mode.
Samsung launches AWS/PCS dual-band Massive MIMO Radio in North America
On October 26, Samsung announced the commercial availability of its AWS/PCS Dual-band Massive MIMO Radio, continuing to expand its comprehensive list of Massive MIMO solutions. The new radio station is one of the lightest radio stations in the industry that supports Advanced Wireless Service (AWS) and Broadband Personal Communications Service (PCS).
As the most compact and integrated Massive MIMO AWS/PCS radio market available, Samsung’s new radio station excels in its ability to deliver high output power (320W) in a small way. Installed with the company’s latest System-on-a-Chip (SoC) and designed to improve network capacity and coverage, while reducing its power consumption and radio size.
The AWS/PCS Dual-band Massive MIMO Radio is the company’s first 16T16R FDD company’s first Massive MIMO radio station. It is now commercially available, along with Samsung’s AWS/PCS Dual-band 4T4R Radio. Samsung continues to provide a comprehensive radio program that includes low-band, mid-band, and mmWave in North America.
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Samsung Networks has launched a successful delivery of 5G infrastructure solutions that include chipsets, radios, and content. With ongoing research and development, Samsung is leading the industry to develop 5G networks and Core to autonomous network solutions and AI-enabled switching tools. The company currently provides network solutions to mobile operators that bring connections to hundreds of millions of users worldwide.
Samsung introduces One UI 4 based on Android 12 at the SDC21
Yesterday, Samsung held this year’s Samsung Developers Conference where it has introduced its vision for the Galaxy ecosystem. At the same time, the company has shared more details of its latest Android 12-based custom skin called One UI 4.0.
The Korean tech giant claims to provide a user experience that meets the needs of all users and devices. Therefore, developers have a breadth of opportunities to innovate in new ways with an expanding range of device types and form factors.
Introduced at the SDC21, the new One UI 4 is the latest version of Samsung’s user interface for mobile devices, based on Android 12. As confirmed by the OEM, the One UI 4 will provide new levels of customization to enable users to create an experience and a device that is truly theirs.
Following the footsteps of Google’s Android 12 Privacy features, the One UI 4 also combines Samsung’s leading privacy and security features for users to personalize permissions so that they are always in control of their data when using a Galaxy device.
In addition, the company has also demonstrated the possibilities of One UI 4 to developers at the event, particularly for foldable devices such as the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Z Flip 3. With the One UI 4, Galaxy fans will be able to make use of features such as Flex mode and Multi-Active Window that are unique to the foldable form factor.
- For more information about the Samsung Developer Conference 2021, please visit developer.samsung.com.
Initially launched for the Galaxy S21 series smartphones, the One UI 4 Beta program has just been announced by Samsung for its next-generation foldable smartphones. According to the info, the company will soon start recruiting the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Flip 3 owners for Android 12-based One UI 4 Beta program.
To be mentioned, the One UI 4 Beta program for the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Galaxy Z Flip 3 is limited to Korean consumers. Meanwhile, they still need to wait until the beginning of recruitment, which could begin in the coming days.
One UI 4 Beta coming soon for Galaxy Z Fold 3 –
One UI 4 Beta coming soon for Galaxy Z Flip 3 –
What is One UI Beta?
Samsung One UI Beta Program is an opportunity to try One UI features before their official release. As users preview the new features and design, send feedback to the company to help it create an exceptional experience for Galaxy users.
Regularly, the One UI Beta Program opens for participants in India, the US, Germany, Poland, South Korea, UK, and China.
Become a beta tester
Simply, download the Samsung Members application from Galaxy Store or the Google Play Store. Log in to the application with your Samsung Account, and select the “Registration for One UI Beta Program” in the home banner or notices page to register.
Update the software
On your device, select “Settings > Software update > Download and install”. The beta software is installed.
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Samsung Android 12 One UI 4 Progress
On October 4, Google has officially announced the Android 12 operating system for smartphones. Samsung, on the other hand, is also conducting its Android 12-based One UI 4 Beta program for the latest Galaxy S flagship series in seven countries.
Ahead of the stable launch of Android 12, Samsung announced the One UI 4 Beta for developers, followed by general consumers in late August. Under the Beta program, the Galaxy S21 series was the first to be invited, while the Galaxy Note 20, and Galaxy S20 may join later on.
When will be the stable version available
It’s not possible to provide a specific date for publishing the release version as it will be published as soon as beta feedback is analyzed and improvements are implemented.
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