SAMSUNG GALAXY M52 5G – Can it be considered in 2022?, SPECIFICATIONS, PRICE IN INDIA & MORE.


There are some magnificent older Samsung’s Galaxy series smartphones in the market which are really worthy if you buy them at this date also. We’ve already covered most of Samsung’s best smartphones last year and this may be one of the best Samsung Galaxy series smartphones as of now. This is a budget-friendly alternative that misses out on some A-level goodies but still comes with a 5G  chipset and a huge 120Hz AMOLED display, spec-heavy cameras, and a considerably big battery.

Samsung Galaxy M52 5G glance:

Body: 164.2×76.4×7.4mm, 173g; Gorilla Glass 5 front, plastic frame, plastic back.

Display: 6.70″ Super AMOLED Plus, 120Hz, 1080x2400px resolution, 20:9 aspect ratio, 393ppi.

Chipset: Qualcomm SM7325 Snapdragon 778G 5G (6 nm): Octa-core (4×2.4 GHz Kryo 670 & 4×1.8 GHz Kryo 670); Adreno 642L.

Memory: 128GB 6GB RAM, 128GB 8GB RAM; microSDXC (uses shared SIM slot).

OS/Software: Android 11, One UI 3.1.

Rear camera: Wide (main): 64 MP, f/1.8, 26mm, PDAF; Ultra wide angle: 12 MP, f/2.2, 123˚; Macro: 5 MP, f/2.4.

Front camera: 32 MP, f/2.2, (wide).

Video capture:

Battery: 5000mAh; Fast charging 25W.

Fingerprint scanner: Fingerprint reader (side-mounted), and has NFC support.


The Samsung Galaxy M52 5G is the successor of the older M52 which was 4G and this M52 5G has a large improvement in chipset or processor, this is powered by the Snapdragon 778G 5G SoC (same as the older A52s 5G), so you can expect a the great performance for the class, latest-gen connectivity that is 5G, and potentially great battery life, an area where the 5,000mAh power pack certainly helps byt the disappointment is that the older phone had a 7000 mAh battery which gave more battery life compared to this one. The M series has a 120Hz screen  and the M52 5G’s 6.7-inch AMOLED display which is considered magnificent according to the critics.


In the camera department, Samsung has made progress, the 5MP depth camera, much to nobody’s objection. Fret not – a 5MP ‘macro’ unit is still present. More importantly, there’s a 64MP primary shooter and a 12MP ultrawide shooter, as well as a front facing camera of 32MP, which can capture really great selfies.


Some cost cutting has to be made to fit the budget, and that’s obvious for a midrange smartphone. The lack of an IP rating is a bummer indeed (the As are IP67-certified), and it only has a single loudspeaker is undoubtedly one fewer than the stereo speakers setups of the higher-priced smartphones. Whether you would call the M52’s side-mounted fingerprint sensor a pro or a con compared to the under-display one’s on the Samsung’s A series phones , is entirely up to you, but I think the side-mounted fingerprint scanner is great and it works pretty fast.

Samsung Galaxy M52 5G unboxing experience:

The presentation of the Galaxy M52 5G is in line with other mid-range Samsungs phones. The two-piece white cardboard box has a likeness of the phone printed on the lid, and the phone’s name is mentioned above.

Inside the box provided, there’s a somewhat unpleasant surprise awaiting you and it may make you angry actually – the charger is only rated for 15W output while the M52 5G can take up to 25W. This means that you have to buy a charger by spending your extra money. These are all the gimmicks played by every smartphone brand to increase the profit. There is a USB-A-to-C cable included in the box, and that’s about it. Nothing special in the packaging but it’s disappointing to have a slow charger in the box even though the phone supports fast charging.

Things which I’ve noticed using this SMARTPHONE

  • One could only benefit from the upgraded SoC on the M52 but overall there’s no reason to upgrade since that monstrous 7,000 mAh battery is gone. It’s such a shame to Samsung as this was the phone’s strongest selling point.
  • I’ve used & tested the M52 for almost 2 months since my friends had the phone. The display is great and the SOT (screen on time) isn’t like M51 but still I used to get SOT around 8 to 10 hours. I used to charge the phone once every 2 days or 1 and a half days. But in this upgrade version, Samsung has not powered the phone with that massive 7000 mAh battery, so I doubt it would compete with their ancestor M51 in case of battery life
  • People argue that Mi 11 kills this phone? But literally if we think of it, it’s not true because, It’s not even an ip67, it’s just water splash proof, pretty sure m52 can withstand water splash too with the same battery endurance with less 750 mAh battery? A flagship display? Same resolution, same amoled, mi 11 lite 90 hz, m52 120 hz and u call mi 11 lite flagship display? What more? U are trying too hard xiaomi boy.
  • Nevertheless, The M52 5G is pretty good for the price. The Snapdragon 778G is high mid range, and if you aren’t a gamer, not that far from flagship chipsets in non intense real life use. 
  • The 120hz AMOLED screen is also somewhat flagship-like in real life use.
  • It’s good for the price. Though because it only has a 5000mah battery instead of a 7000mAh in the M51, it no longer has a unique selling point. The A52S 5G has the same chip, screen, camera (plus depth sensor), but it also has IP67(water resistance is rare outside of flagships), better speakers and monthly security updates (which is rare outside of Samsung S and Z flagships).

The only bonus for the M52 5G now is a slightly larger battery and screen. It’s a good phone, but if it had a bigger battery, it would be more unique. In the end though, if you find one at a good price, an M52 5G is still a decent option


  • 6GB RAM + 128GB – ₹30,000 (404.82 USD)
  • 8GB RAM + 128GB – ₹32,000 (431.81 USD)

NOTE –  You can buy this smartphone via Amazon and Flipkart. 

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Author – Aaron Dsouza.


Hey myself Aaron, Owner and Author of Master Of Phones. I write blogs related to latest smartphones, apps & games, tech news.

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