Yesterday, Samsung launched the Galaxy A52 and the Galaxy A72 mid-range smartphones at the company’s second Unpacked event of 2021. Both of these handsets support 25W fast charging. However, one of them ships with a 15W charger.
The newly unveiled Galaxy A52 is backed by a 4,500mAh battery with support for 25W fast charging. For comparison, last year’s Galaxy A51 has a slightly smaller 4,000mAh battery and it is capped at 15W fast charging.
But unfortunately, just like the older Galaxy A51, the brand-new Galaxy A52 also ships with a popular Samsung 15W Adaptive Fast Charging adapter. Hence, if users want to make use of the phone’s maximum charging potential, they will have to buy the 25W charger separately.
Anyway, the Galaxy A52 despite featuring non-impressive specs for the price when compared to devices from Chinese OEMs, it does offer other important features. For instance, it is probably the only phone in the segment to come with IP67 certification, three Android updatesfour years of security updates.
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