Samsung cellphones are excellent technological devices. They have several free features integrated into their stock ROM TouchWiz (which are often not available on other smartphones, such as radio, multi-window, group play, and so on). Samsung’s infrastructure is Knox. Knox is a distinct hardware storage unit that is controlled by a dedicated software sandboxing technique that is extremely effective in the business and cryptocurrency worlds. Many cell phones are still lagging in this regard. Instead of constructing something in-house, Samsung uses Dolby Atmos to equalize its sound system.
Today’s Samsung phones have a stereo experience. Both the bottom speaker and the top earphones should be used. They also took a 3.5 mm, Jack, with them. Their major belief is that sound quality should not be sacrificed by using lower-cost parts, which is why they collaborated with a key G to build sound accessories. Instead of dragging a tablet to work or university to scribble something down, the Samsung Galaxy Note Series has software that allows artists to scribble down their ideas while on public transportation or in waiting rooms. This also allows company owners and managers to utilize a portable device as a signing instrument for contracts and sales.
Samsung has made a significant impact on smartphone screens by launching super AMOLED to improve visibility in bright sunlight. And, of course, credit to them for introducing the ISOCELL technology to the smartphone camera, which significantly reduced the occurrence of crosstalk. The leaking of photons ( light ) from one pixel to the next in the camera lens is known as crosstalk. Samsung devised a brilliant solution to this problem. Place a barrier around each pixel in the lens to prevent light from overflowing and leaking into adjacent pixels. That’s precisely what they did. Samsung also redesigned the electronics below the camera sensor to allow for more light to pass through each pixel. As a result, there is more light and less crosstalk.
Samsung Galaxy F52 5G was launched in 2021 May. It features HD plus resolution and is Super AMOLED. The primary camera is 64 megapixels with f/1.8 aperture, an 8 megapixel f/2.2 ultrawide with 1.12µm pixel, 2-megapixel f/2.4 macro camera, and a 2-megapixel f/2.4 depth sensor is all found on the back. Autofocus is available on the rear camera. The selfie camera has a 16-megapixel lens with an f/2.0 aperture. The phone has a 6.60-inch touchscreen display with 1080×2408 pixels of resolution. It has a thin film transistor display which is an LCD flat-screen display that is 120 Hz and has panorama and HDR features. It also gives 4K @30fps, 1080p@30/120fps video quality. The Qualcomm SM7225 Snapdragon 750G CPU of the Samsung Galaxy F52 5G clocks at 1.8GHz. 8GB of RAM is included.
Samsung makes lightweight models which are durable and efficient. The weight of Samsung galaxy F52 5G is only 199 g which is 7.02oz. It has a hybrid dual SIM slot with a Nano-SIM and dual standby. A 4500mAh battery powers the phone, which runs Android 11. The central processing unit is an Octa-core processor with 2 x 2.2 GHz Kryo 570 & 6 x 1.8 GHz Kryo 570 which are some of the fastest processors in the market.
Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, hotspot, Wi-Fi Direct, dual-band, and GPS, are all the connectivity options we get with this phone. It has a USB Type-C 2.0 slot available for charging as well as connecting an external tool. It not only assists 5G networks but it also supports 3G and 4G. Proximity sensor, fingerprint (side-mounted) sensor, accelerometer, and compass are all the available sensors featured in this phone.
The gadget is powered by a 4500mAh Li-ion cell. Once completely charged, the non-replaceable battery is compatible with 25W Fast Charging technology, allowing for up to 30 hours of 5G TalkTime. Samsung Galaxy F52 5G is available in Black and White colors.