Samsung Galaxy A52, and it has been an eye-opening experience. If you’re in on team Android, it can be challenging to decide which time for an upgrade or, dare I say it, replacement. There are so many devices on the market now, and it’s hard to know which are the best value for money – especially when some of the most popular retail for more than $1000. The A52, at least, aims to be the option that’s better on the budget while still providing many features you’d expect on a premium smartphone.A series line-up devices – the Galaxy A32, Galaxy A32 5G, Galaxy A52, Galaxy A52 5G, and Galaxy A72. In the past week, I’ve been playing around with the
TheA52 comes in three colors – awesome blue, excellent black, and fabulous violet (also awesome white in other countries). Sharing a name, I’m pretty pleased with the branding here. I’ve had my hands on the violet, and I can confirm (unbiased) the color is indeed . The device’s front is also stunning – with a 6.5″ near bezel-less FHD+ Super refresh rate. This means you’ve got ultra-smooth scrolling at your fingertips and a well-equipped screen for gaming. There’s also 128GB of in-built storage (which is expandable up to 1TB with a micro SD card), so you can download tons of content or capture plenty of .
The YouTube videos or playing music aloud when I forgot my speaker. The speaker quality also comes in handy when , which is a pleasure as the phone has an octa-core processor and 8GB of ram.boast a 32MP front camera and four back cameras, including a 12mp F2.2 Ultra-wide, 64MP F1.8 (Main camera), 5MP F2.4 Depth camera, and 5MP F2.4 Macro lens. From my , I can say that the cameras are impressive, and the optical image stabilization allows for much smoother video recordings than expected. When playing back video footage, you’ll also notice the loud volumes the speakers can produce. With stereo speakers, I was impressed and felt I’d never have an issue watching
Overall, the. Where Samsung seems to have made a compromise to keep costs down is the body of the phone. The colorful back-plate is made of a plasticky material that, although it looks and feels excellent, seems cheaper than what you get on many . Though I must admit, sometimes I think the upside of the plastic back ( phones often made from glass) is durability.