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Best Samsung Galaxy A52 5G deals in February 2023

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On this page you’ll find a lowdown on the phone, from its battery life to its screen, as well as how much you can expect to pay for the device, one of Samsung’s mid-range, more-affordable handsets.

The Galaxy A52 5G’s key features

  • The Samsung Galaxy A52 5G has numerous impressive features, including:
  • Massive 6.5-inch display with cutting edge 120Hz refresh rate
  • Quad camera setup with main 64MP shooter
  • 5G means connectivity is as good as flagship phones
  • Decent battery life with support for 25W fast charging

How good is the Galaxy A52 5G’s camera?

The Samsung Galaxy A52 5G’s camera is impressive considering the fact it's a mid-range rather than flagship handset.

It has a quadruple lens setup around the back, consisting of a main 64MP lens, a 12MP ultrawide lens and a pair of 5MP lenses, one for depth-sensing and the other for macro.

Paired with the vivid, 6.5-inch screen, the camera delivers more-than-decent results, especially when lighting is favourable.

The detailing is particularly good when taking landscape shots in daylight, with colour reproduction more than ample for social media and messaging.

The lack of a telephoto lens means that the Galaxy A52 5G lacks somewhat compared with higher-end devices such as the Galaxy S22 5G and iPhone 14 - if it’s a decent zoom you need then you may want to look elsewhere.

The 32MP selfie camera is up to scratch, too. It holds up well in low light and is especially handy for making crystal clear video calls.

How good is the Galaxy A52 5G’s design?

Because the Samsung Galaxy A52 5G is a mid-range phone, it’s made out of plastic rather than metal.

Mercifully, it’s rock-solid and doesn’t have the cheap finish you find on some mid-tier models.

It feels reassuringly weighty in the hand, its larger build more akin to the vast devices we’ve become used to in the top end part of the mobile market.

The full-screen finish isn’t marred by large bezels around the edges, while the hole punch for the selfie camera doesn’t feel intrusive.

Samsung has also included a basic in-screen fingerprint scanner for security - this works well and shows no signs of lag either.

How good is the Galaxy A52 5G’s display?

This is where the Samsung Galaxy A52 5G really stands out. The 6.5-inch screen comes with Full HD+ resolution of 1080 x 2400 pixels, with a brightness rating that reaches 800 nits.

While that’s less than many flagship phones, only true screen obsessives will notice. This is a great phone for watching video on.

It’s also excellent for gaming, thanks to the inclusion of a 120Hz top refresh rate.

That puts it in line with the Galaxy S22 and Google’s new Pixel 7 range, devices that are far more expensive. This tech also makes scrolling through web pages and social media smoother too.

How good is the Galaxy A52 5G’s battery life?

Samsung reckons the Galaxy A52 5G can last up to two days on a single charge, thanks to its large 4,500mAh battery.

In reality, it’s more like one day from intense use such as video and gaming. Lighter users may be able to get upwards of 24 hours, however.

This is fairly standard, although some pricier phones are now capable of going a lot longer between charges.

We like the fact that the Samsung Galaxy A52 5G supports 25W fast charging, meaning it can get to full power in just half an hour.

However, it only comes with a 15W charger, meaning you’ll need to buy a different charger to take advantage.

What are the key differences between the Galaxy A52 5G and the Galaxy A51?

What we like

  • Galaxy A52 uses newer version of Google Android
  • Galaxy A52 comes with improved 64MP main camera
  • 25W fast-charging option with Galaxy A52

What we don’t like

  • Screens are pretty much identical

How does the Galaxy A52 5G compare to other flagship handsets in the UK market?

The Galaxy A52 5G is Samsung’s 2021 mid-range phone and, as such, has been superseded by the Galaxy A53 5G.

The latter has a few tweaked new features, including a better screen and slightly improved camera which make it a better bet for those who want their phone to last longer.

It stands up well against Google’s older Pixel 6 range, though, especially the Google Pixel 6a.

Moneysupermarket's expert rating: Three and a half out of five

A decent mid range phone, the Galaxy A52 5G has a solid camera and display, but has been superseded by newer, better devices from Samsung.

Galaxy A52 5G contract options

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Frequently asked questions

Is the Galaxy A52 5G worth buying in 2023

The Galaxy A52 5G is definitely worth buying in 2022 if you want a great deal on a mid range phone. While it has been superseded, it still offers a great screen and decent camera.

Is now a good time to buy the Galaxy A52 5G?

Now is a great time to buy a Galaxy A52 5G. The phone is available at a knock down price with a whole array of different networks.

Will the Galaxy A52 5G drop in price?

The Galaxy S52 5G may drop in price when Samsung releases a Galaxy A54 model, but you may be waiting some time for that to happen.

Should I upgrade or wait for the 2023 model?

The Galaxy A52 5G has already been replaced by the Galaxy A53 5G, but as both phones are similar, either is worth upgrading to if you have a phone that’s seen better days.

Galaxy A52 5G specs

Manufacturer Samsung
Operating System Android
Sim Card Type Nano
Accelerometer Yes
Proximity Yes
Compass Yes
Barometer Yes
Gyroscope Yes
Size & Weight
Form Factor Candy Bar
Thickness 8.4 mm
Size 75.1mm x 8.4mm x 159.9mm
Weight 189 g
Battery Type Lithium Polymer
Capacity 4500 mah
Standby hours
Talktime hours
Display Size 6.5 inches
Screen Type Super AMOLED
Resolution 1080 x 2400 inches
Pixels Per Inch 405 ppi
Touch Screen Type Capacitive
Processing power
CPU 0 mhz
Processor Cores Octa Core Cores
Memory 6000 MB
Internal Storage 128, 256
External Storage Micro SDXC
Camera & Video
Primary Camera 64 MP
Flash Yes
LED Flash
GEO Tagging Yes
Auto Focus Yes
Fixed Focus Yes
Touch Focus
Face Detection Yes
Smile Detection
Image Stabilisation Yes
Video Quality 1080
2nd Camera 32 MP
Generation 5G
Frequency Dual-band
Wi-Fi No
Wi-Fi Hotspot No
Wi-Fi Direct No
Bluetooth No
Loudspeaker Yes
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