Interesting pairing: 120 Hz, but TFT panel, and 5G Snapdragon chip, but from last year. It is primarily aimed at China.
I already had a Galaxy F-series Samsung in February, it was equipped with a large 7,000 mAh battery F62, and now the F52 5G has been unveiled in China. THE Galaxy F52 5G is also a large device, with a display of 6.6 inches, true in a slightly unusual combination from Samsung: TFT technology, Full HD + resolution and a massive 120 Hz image refresh.
The camera hole is on the right side (as is the Galaxy S10for two years), which hides a 16-megapixel self-timer camera. The back panel is dominated by a 64-megapixel main camera, next to which is an 8-megapixel ultra-wide unit, as well as a 2-megapixel depth sensor and also a 2-megapixel, possibly not very useful macro unit.
The Snapdragon 750G boosts last year’s Qualcomm 5G chips: the two more powerful cores of the Kryo 475 fancy-name processor with 7-nanometer manufacturing technology cover the Cortex-A76 with maximum clock speeds of 2.3 and 2.2 GHz, respectively, and the remaining six are the energy-efficient Cortex-A55, 1.8 GHz with maxima. On the graphics side, the Adreno 620 can be expected and has plenty of memory, 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage, plus it is expandable.
Android 11 is based on One UI 3.1, with a fingerprint reader on the power button on the right. It has a 3.5mm jack, USB-C, and inside, a 4500 mAh battery that is medium compared to the mobile category, which can be powered by a 25W quick charge.
In China, this device costs 2,000 yuan: at a price of 90,000 forints, it is not the best price / specification device for the sake of the quality brand name, but overall it does not seem like a bad offer, in black and white.