The Samsung A52s is a mid-budget Android-based smartphone made and released by Samsung Electronics in partnership with Samsung UDX. The phone is slated to be launched on 17 March 2021 at Samsung’s special Awesome Unpacked media event in New York. It is expected that the product will be available to consumers six months later. Samsung plans to market the product in various regions including Europe, Africa, Latin America, Japan and the United States. To mark the occasion, Samsung will host an international event for the A Series, its mid-budget smartphone line, which will kick off in Barcelona. samsung a52 5g
Samsung A52s features an interface that is similar to its predecessors, including Samsung’s Gear UI, Quick Panel, Email and S Note applications, Bluetooth, MMS and Web browser features. Apart from that, it also comes with a unique eight gigabits-per-month mobile broadband support, free mobile wallpapers, a Secure File storage facility, a microSD slot, a Killer application engine, and a multi-point touch pad. Apart from the key features mentioned above, the Samsung A52s has two other unique selling points that are: the presence of a miniature dialer, and the presence of a built-in alarm. Despite its mini size, the Samsung A52s offers plenty of functionality, including Internet features, text messaging, games, and image and video calling features. The handset also features a neat dual-sided home button and a single capacitive key on the left edge of the home button.
As for the battery life, the Samsung S Pen can be used for a longer period of time before switching to a replacement battery. However, the screen quality of this device is not the best, and it takes a little while for it to charge fully. This is in comparison to the iPhone 4 and HTC Evo Shift, which can charge completely in a few minutes. When it comes to performance, both devices are very comparable when it comes to processing speed, although the A52s does slightly edge out the competition. Overall, then, the Samsung A52s price makes it the best value in the market.
The Samsung A52s comes with two different memory options, a preinstalled memory card and an external card. It is the internal memory card that offer the fastest speeds, and the advantage over the external option is that it is not susceptible to frequent resetting. For business class travellers and people who need a large amount of space on their phone book, the internal card option may be the best bet. This device also offers free downloadable apps like Facebook, Google Maps, and the Microsoft Office Suite, which means that not only can it be used as a personal digital assistant, it can also be used as one for work purposes.
At the front, the Samsung A52 has a dual-tone LED flash and a 16 MP rear camera, which are the same as the models of the latest flagships. One unique feature of this phone is the fact that it supports BLE technology, which is useful for mobile apps like Google maps. The rear camera is also quite impressive, being able to squeeze in an amount of memory that is similar to that of the iPhone, and also an auto-focus mechanism. When it comes to the battery, Samsung has placed the A 52s in the mid-level range. But the amount of life it can offer should not be underestimated, at over ten hours, and this is nearly double that of its closest competitors.