Whose performance will win the match? Realme 8 Pro vs Samsung Galaxy A52

Guys, in terms of the high cost-effective phones this year, I bet Realme 8 Pro and Samsung Galaxy A52 are the two most awesome smartphones.

Well, there must be a competition between the two neat smartphones among those phone fans.

About Realme 8 Pro:

Display and Camera

Realme 8 Pro displays a 6.4 inch Super AMOLED screen with an aspect ratio of 20:9 and a resolution of 1080 x 2400 pixels. It gets a bezel-less punch-hole display loaded with a pixel density of 411PPI.
The device features a quad camera frame on its backside comprising a 108MP Primary Camera, an 8MP Ultra-Wide Angle Camera, a 2MP Macro Lens and another 2MP, Depth Camera alongside an LED flash. Other rear camera features include ISO control, Exposure Compensation, HDR mode, Digital Zoom, Face Detection etc. There is a 32MP selfie-shooting lens on the front side of the device.

Configuration and Battery

Realme 8 Pro comes with 6GB RAM accompanied by Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G chipset. An Octa-core processor comprising of Kryo 470 Dual-core and Hexa Core with functioning speeds of 2.2GHz and 1.8GHz ensure quality performance. An Adreno 618 GPU serves the graphical needs.
A 4,500mAh Li-ion type battery powers up the smartphone. The non-replaceable cell is also compatible with 65W Super Dart Charging technology.

Storage and Connectivity

Realme 8 Pro comprises 128GB internal storage which can be expanded up to 256GB. The device supports 4G VoLTE bands besides other connectivity options like Wi-Fi, USB charging, A-GPS, Bluetooth v5.0, Mobile Hotspot, USB Type-C.


As for the Samsung Galaxy A52:

The Samsung Galaxy A52 5G is thicker and heavier than its predecessor, because it has a bigger battery. With the 1.55-mm camera bump, the smartphone has a thickness of 9.95 mm. When you put it on its back, the A52 is not flush with the table.

The Galaxy A52 5G’s screen is one of its strongest features. You get a bright and colorful 6.5-inch screen with a smooth 120Hz refresh rate — a rare feature in a phone that doesn’t carry a flagship’s lofty price.

The downside with the Galaxy A52’s display screen is that the refresh rate is static, with options for 120Hz or 60Hz only. A dynamic system, like what you get with the S21 family, means a phone can save battery life while offering its max refresh rate when it’s needed. In contrast, the A52 52’s approach requires you to pick between a high refresh rate and a lower battery life or vice versa. At least the refresh rate is faster than the Pixel 4a 5G, which maxes out at 90Hz.


You get a generous four sensors on the back of the Galaxy A52 5G, but some are more useful than others. The main camera is 64MP, but by default it takes pictures at 12MP to keep the images file sizes smaller. The other main sensors are a 12MP ultrawide shooter and a 5MP macro camera, with the last sensor being a 5MP depth camera for adding depth-of-field effects to portrait mode shots.

As for the performance

With a mid-range Snapdragon 750G chipset and 6GB RAM, the Galaxy A52 5G should offer the power you need to accomplish everyday tasks.