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New Samsung Galaxy A52 5G

  • 9 April 2021
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New Samsung Galaxy A52 5G
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Samsung’s next addition to the A series is the Samsung Galaxy A52 5G. This all new device gives you an improved camera, better display, and other fancy features for an improved mobile experience.

A52 gives you more

The Samsung Galaxy A52 has everything the A51 does, plus improvements giving you more features to better suit your needs. Like the A51, the A52 has a 6.5” AMOLED Display, but the A52 improves this amazing display with a 120Hz refresh rate giving you a smoother picture when you’re watching video. Taking photos with the 64MP camera means everything you capture is more vibrant and clear. Multi-tasking is easier than ever with the Octa Core processor powering your phone. Running Android 11 gives your Samsung Galaxy the latest and greatest OS available for Android devices. Long-lasting battery life is huge, so Samsung’s giving you a huge 5,000 mAh battery for hours of entertainment. The Samsung Galaxy A52 is also built with protection in mind. It’s IP67 water/dust rating means your device is made to minimize debris and liquid so you get worry-free use.

 

Key features

120Hz refresh rate

5G Band n25

64MP + 12MP + 5MP + 2MP Rear Camera

20MP Front Camera

IP67 Water/Dust rating

SM7225 Octa Core processor

Android 11

 

Get Yours

The Samsung Galaxy A52 is available on April 9, 2021. You can talk about it by posting below. This device will be available in Black for T-Mobile and Metro PCS customers. Pick up your new device at any of our T-Mobile retail stores, online, and through the T-Mobile app and over the phone if you contact us.


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1st off, it’s not 5000mAh, it’s only 4500. if you can’t trust the Provider, then who can you trust????
It doesn’t sync up with a computer, it reads as Unsigned Drivers, so it wont load. it’s been a pain since I got it.
It forces you to make a software update, because if you ignore, it will just do it for you> (You can’t go back either)
The Baseband numbers don’t match so you have to wonder why and if T-mobile is just behind on their info???
Is their anyone to talk too about this BS???

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