in December 2019 Samsung launched the Galaxy A51 mid-range smartphone; The product that could become one of the most popular smartphones of 2020. In fact, having a 5G modem along with a reasonable price and good hardware made many users in different markets around the world interested in buying the Korean company’s product.
The Galaxy A52 5G, which has 6 GB of RAM along with the Snapdragon 750G chip, got score 298 points in the single-core test section and 1001 points in the multi-core test section. What caught our eye in the benchmark was the Galaxy A52’s lower score compared to the A51. The Galaxy A52, which uses the model number SM-A526B, has not been able to match the scores of A52.
The Galaxy A51 scored above 1,800 in multi-core testing; But the Galaxy A52 scored 1001 points in this test. Samsung’s new product is expected to be launched with Android 11 operating system. There are several reasons for the Galaxy A52’s low performance compared to the previous generation; For example, we can point to the lack of optimization of software performance.