The Galaxy A52 and Galaxy A72 are two new Samsung smartphones that were launched today in India. These models were only released globally a few days ago and have already made their way to the United States. Unfortunately, the much-anticipated Galaxy A52 5G has yet to arrive in India. The Samsung A52 smarphone is priced under Rs. 30,000, while the Galaxy A72 is slightly more expensive, starting at Rs. 34,999. Many people have gotten their hands on the Galaxy A52 to see what’s new with it and whether it’s worth the price Samsung is seeking.
The colour and finish of the Galaxy A52 review unit were the first things that caught our eye. This is dubbed Awesome Blue by Samsung, and it looks unlike any other smartphone currently on the market. It has a smooth finish that makes it easy to notice. Fingerprints aren’t picked up very often, and when they are, they are barely visible. Awesome Violet, Awesome White, and Awesome Black are the other colour choices.
Samsung chose a polycarbonate back, which is disappointing given how many other phones in this price range have glass backs. The camera module is slightly raised and finished in the same way as the rest of the back. A 64-megapixel main camera, a 12-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera, a 5-megapixel macro camera, and a 5-megapixel depth sensor are among the four sensors on board.
Specifications of Samsung Galaxy A52:
The Galaxy A52 has a 4,500mAh battery and can charge at a rate of 25W. However, only a 15W charger is included in the package. The Qualcomm Snapdragon 720G processor that powers the Galaxy A52 can also be found in a number of other smartphones that are far less expensive. Bluetooth 5, dual-band Wi-Fi, NFC, and four satellite navigation systems are all supported.
If we talk about the software, the phone comes preloaded with Android 11 and Samsung’s One UI 3.1. The user interface is very simple to use, and no problems have been reported by users. When you’re on the home screen, Samsung’s Edge Panel, which provides fast access to apps and tools, is just a swipe away. Amazon, Prime Video, Netflix, Snapchat, Facebook, PhonePe, MX Takatak, and Moj are among the many preinstalled apps on the Galaxy A52. You can easily uninstall them, which we suggest if you do not even intend to use them.