Introducing Motorola Moto G52 mid-range 4G with 90 Hz OLED display

Introducing Motorola Moto G52 mid-range 4G with 90 Hz OLED display

Introducing Motorola Moto G52 mid-range 4G with 90 Hz OLED display

News unit news and rumors about the next generation of Moto phones G Motorola has been around for a long time and the Moto G52 Even before its official unveiling on Tuesday, April 12, 2021 (April 23, 1401), it is almost completely known have been. The Moto G52, as the name suggests, is a direct sequel to the Moto G51 Motorola’s previous 5G was announced last November. Although G52 has given up 5G connection by changing the processor, it shows better performance than the previous generation of this family in some cases, such as screen manufacturing technology and battery charging speed. The G52, like the G51 5G, will initially be released in the European market. “/>

Design and appearance Moto G52 of a big and decisive difference from the G51 It does not have the same form as the previous one with one difference, which is the appearance of the title Motorola at the bottom of the back part in G52 It has been used. This phone, which is presented in two colors, white and charcoal gray, is accompanied by relatively thick borders around the screen in the upper part, which are in direct proportion to its price category. The triple camera lenses are once again placed under each other in a rectangular border with rounded edges, and the Motorola logo (without hiding the fingerprint sensor) is also in the center.

Dimensions of the phone due to the smaller screen naturally changed and we actually face a smaller and lighter phone. The length and width of the phone are close to 161 and 74.4 mm, respectively, both of which are completely smaller than the G51 with a length and width of 170.4 and 76.5 mm. This difference is also evident in the thickness and the thickness of 9.1 mm G51 has reached almost 8 mm. The most interesting thing is the weight of the phone, which has been reduced by nearly 40 grams from the previous 208 grams to only 169 grams, thus making it one of the lightest phones in this family. The body of the phone is made of a type of plastic called polymethyl methacrylate, and with the IP52 standard, it is resistant to splashing water drops with low intensity.

The screen of the phone is smaller than the G51 and instead of 6.8 inches, it is a 6.6-inch model. The manufacturing technology of this panel is OLED instead of LCD, which plays an effective role in improving its quality. The switch to OLED didn’t come without a cost either, and the G51’s maximum 120Hz refresh rate has been reduced to 90Hz on the G52. The resolution of this screen is Full HD+ in a ratio of 20:9 (or 1080 x 2400 pixels) and according to the manufacturer, it covers 87.7% of the device. The phone’s selfie camera is 16 megapixels with f/2.45, which can also record full HD videos at 30 frames per second. This camera also performs facial recognition, although this facial recognition is naturally not very accurate, and for higher security, the fingerprint sensor on the side of the device should be used.

The main 50 megapixel camera of the phone with small pixels of 0.64 microns is apparently no different from before and still has a lens with The f/1.8 aperture is in front of it. Due to processor limitations, this camera does not go beyond Full HD resolution at 30 frames per second during video recording, and is therefore inferior to the similar camera in the G51, which is capable of recording 1080p/60fps video. The 8-megapixel ultra-wide camera with f/2.2 and 1.12 micron pixels and the 2-megapixel macro camera with f/2.4 are no different from before and are apparently directly borrowed from the G51.

Motorola for processing in G52 to a relatively new but less powerful processor called Snapdragon 680 4G As the name suggests, it does not support 5G and its octa cores A73+A53 also offer low power. This 6 nm processor is, of course, in terms of energy consumption compared to the 8 nm processor. -5g-and-snapdragon-680-4g.aspx” target=”_blank” title=”Introduction of four new Qualcomm chipsets: from Snapdragon 778G Plus 5G to SD695, SD480 Plus 5G and SD680 4G”>Snapdragon 480+ 5G

The present G51 performs better on paper. The internal memory of the phone is 128 GB (expandable up to another 1 TB through the combined microSD port) and it has 4 or 6 GB of RAM. The field of battery charging is improved, and the 30-watt charger of this model provides a higher speed than the 10- or 20-watt charger of the G51 (depending on the distribution area of ​​the phone).

Dual stereo speakers, 3.5 mm headset jack, Dual-band Wi-Fi version 5, Bluetooth 5, single-frequency satellite routers and NFC connectivity are other interesting options of Moto G52.

Motorola Moto G52 with operating system Android 12 and the user interface close to the so-called raw Android Presented to My UX. The base price of the device is set at 249.99 euros and its presence in selected European markets is also postponed to “coming weeks”. As a comparison, it is not bad to know that the base price of Moto G51 5G At the time of introduction (of course with a lower memory of 64 GB) it was slightly less and equal to 229 euros.

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