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On March 17, 2021, Samsung has officially launched the Galaxy A52 and A72 smartphones that are the latest mid-ranger offering from to under the Galaxy A lineup to date. Alongside their premium and stylish design, these phones also feature some high-end specs that at a mid-range price.

However, the Galaxy A52 and A72 come with 4G connectivity while the Korean tech giant is offering the Galaxy A52 with 5G connectivity support as well. Furthermore, the Galaxy A52 5G features a 120Hz higher refresh rate panel compared to the 90Hz screens of the Galaxy A52 and A72.

Aside from this, Samsung has published an official assembly video of the Galaxy A52 smartphone that gives us a close-up look at the latest innovations coming to the Galaxy A series. In the assemblage video, the company’s engineer has totally exposed hardware parts that give us an idea about its internal fittings. You should take a look at the assembly video before jumping to its iconic specs.

Samsung Galaxy A52, A52 5G Specifications:

The Galaxy A52 and A52 5G equipped with almost similar hardware capabilities except for the base memory variant, 5G connectivity, and processor. Under the hood, the Galaxy A52 5G has a Snapdragon 750G SoC while the 4G version is powered by Snapdragon 720G chipset.

Their IP67 rating confirms the come-back of the dust and water resistance functionality with the Galaxy A series. In terms of camera, it has a quad rear camera setup including a 64MP primary camera that allows up to 10x Optical Zoom with OIS to deliver a constant image and video capturing experience.

Samsung Galaxy A52 sports a 6.5″ FHD+ Infinity-O display with a punch-hole cutout at the top center for its 32MP selfie camera. You can also check the detailed specs of the Galaxy A52 and Galaxy A52 5G HERE.

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James is the lead content creator on Sammy Fans and mostly works on Samsung's firmware section. His first phone was the Samsung Galaxy S4 and continue to get new S series devices. Most of the time, James tries to learn about new technologies and gadgets but he also sneaks a bit of free time to nearby rivers and nature.

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Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 6 to resolve under-display camera quality problems

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Verizon Samsung Fold 4 September 2022 update

Samsung first introduced the under-display camera technology with the Galaxy Z Fold 3 last year and brought its second generation with the Galaxy Z Fold 4. Moving ahead, Samsung aims to finally resolve the quality issues of under-display camera phones by 2024, which could be the Galaxy Z Fold 6.

According to TheElec report, the Display subsidiary of The company aimed to apply a transparent PI substrate to its foldable phone by 2024. Samsung is reportedly considering to ditch the yellow PI substrate and replace it with transparent PI substrate to offer clear photos without quality reduction through under-display camera.

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Going ahead with the report, it’s expected that the Korean tech giant will first introduce the new under-display camera panel featuring transparent PI substrate with the Galaxy Z Fold 6 (tentative name) followed by OLED panels for Apple iPhones.

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As of now, the foldable OLED displays are being mass-produced using a yellow PI substrate, which will be replaced with a transparent polyimide (PI) substrate around 2024. Using the new tech, Samsung seeks to improve the light transmittance of the under-panel camera (UPC).

Verizon Samsung Fold 4 September 2022 update

The under-panel camera is an element that is structurally located below the OLED display, at the same time, its aperture is only visible when the device uses the camera function. While the camera of the phone is in operation, UPC allows external light to pass through the flexible OLED.

If Samsung Display applies a transparent PI substrate instead of a yellow PI substrate as planned, the light transmittance in the UPC area will increase, making it possible to take clearer pictures than now. Pixels can also be arranged more densely than now, reducing the sense of heterogeneity within the periphery of the display.

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Samsung Galaxy S23 Plus 4700mAh battery gets another early proof [U]

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Update 1: October 4 – Slashleaks…

Earlier, SafetyKorea certification revealed that the Galaxy S23 Plus will feature a larger battery compared to its prececessor. Now, tipster slashleaks revealed that the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S23 Plus flagship will could be packed with a 4700mAh battery, 200mAh more capacity than the S22 Plus.

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Original Article: September 24 – SafetyKorea…

And it’s now confirmed, Samsung has started preparation for the Galaxy S23 series flagships that will be launched in early next year. In a recent development, an alleged battery of Galaxy S23 Plus bearing model number EB-BS916ABY appeared on the Safety Korea certification site.

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The model number of that recently certified battery is EB-BS916ABY, which hints at its arrival with the Galaxy S23 Plus. Following the previous records, the Galaxy S23 Plus should have model number SM-S916B, while SM-S911B and SM-S918B for the standard Galaxy S23 and S23 Ultra, respectively.

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However, the Chinese firm ATL (Ningde Amperex Technology Limited) has manufactured the S23+’s battery. The same firm is making batteries for the recently launched Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4 foldable smartphones as well.

It’s worth mentioning that Safety Korea is a South Korean agency that certifies batteries and the S23 Plus battery has also been certified by the same authority. By the way, the Korean certification doesn’t reveal the battery capacity and other details, time will tell what changes Samsung’s going to bring.

As per the previous reports, the Galaxy S23 series will be packed with Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset worldwide. The Ultra model is rumored to be equipped with a massive 200MP camera sensor, while the display panels might be more improved and power efficient.

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More Samsung Galaxy S23 battery and camera specs appear online

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Samsung Galaxy S23 series will launch in early 2023. Ahead of this, we witnessed various leaks that suggest the features and specifications of the upcoming device. Now more leaks of Samsung Galaxy S23 devices appear online to reveal their battery and camera specs.

According to the new information by GalaxyClub, the Galaxy S23+ smartphones will come with an improved battery, at least in size. This smartphone will feature a 4,700mAh battery, which is 100 mAh larger than the predecessor Galaxy S22+.

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On the other side, the Galaxy S23 Ultra will equip the same 5,000mAh battery as the previous model. Whereas there is no information about the battery capacity of the base model, it is likely to boost the same size as the Plus model.

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Samsung S23 battery camera

Besides the Samsung Galaxy S23 series’ battery details, some of its camera specs have also emerged online. As per GalaxyClub, the two low-cost models of the lineup will install the same 12MP ultra-wide angle camera as the older models, and the same to seemly to happen with the high-end device.

Meanwhile, the company is bringing a 200MP primary camera with the Galaxy S23 Ultra, which is upgrading from Galaxy S22 Ultra’s 108MP camera. It looks like Samsung is mainly focusing on this lens therefore, it is not installing any changes on the other camera.

Furthermore, earlier it was reported that the Galaxy S23 Ultra smartphone will debut a new telephoto camera with sensor-shift stabilization technology to improve users’ camera experience. This feature will help in stabilizing your photos and videos and balancing the occasional hand jitter that could result in a blurry photo.

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