Samsung is taking its low-cost 5G smartphones to the US.
This year’s Samsung Galaxy A-series list covers 5G smartphones, including the A32, A42, and A52 starting at 279 USD. Five new A-series models will debut in the US this month.
The 5G-based Galaxy phones such as A52, A42, and A32 will go on sale in the US following this week. This includes the A32 smartphone attaining in as Samsung’s low-budget 5G phones to date.
Each smartphone comes with an Android 11 variant and with a charger covered in the box. The basic Galaxy A12 5G and A02 5G each cost around $200.
Galaxy A52 5G smartphone
The A52 5G is the high-valued A-series model US buyers will notice this year. The A52 catches up on last year’s fixed A51 variant and comes with a 6.5-inch OLED including a 120Hz refresh rate plus a Snapdragon 750G processor. It further features an IP67 water resistance rating, including a 4,500mAh battery.
Similarly, its camera setup also comes forward from the different variants in this mess, including a 64-MP main camera. This has an optical image stabilization feature.
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The A52 supports sub-6GHz 5G only, and like the other two types, it carries C-band wavelengths at a device level. This is available in 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage for $499 starting on April 9th for sale.
The Samsung Galaxy A52 5G additionally stars a stabilized prime camera, IP67 weather resistance, and a 120Hz fresh screen.
Samsung Galaxy A series
The A42 5G is the only variant of the group to carry mmWave 5G in interest to sub-6GHz. It also highlights a 6.6-inch OLED with a regular 60Hz rate, and as the A52 5G, it will employ a Snapdragon 750G SoC.
The A42 5G stresses a 48-MP main camera and doesn’t contain an IP rating. It comes with 4GB of RAM and 128GB of storage and goes on sale for $399, commencing on April 8th.
Samsung’s Galaxy A32 5G jumps out a few peculiarities to operate its low-value point. It incorporates an LCD rather than an OLED display. It comes with a 6.6-inch display screen with a 90Hz refresh rate.
It employs a MediaTek 720 processor and not a usual Snapdragon SoC. On the other hand, it will introduce 4GB of RAM and a compact 64GB of space storage, but it can expand by microSD. However, it will retail for $279 beginning on April 9th.
On the whole, all these A-series phones go on sale opened by Samsung, though the firm could only verify that the A52 5G would be open this way on April 9th.
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