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Samsung Galaxy A52 5G Unboxing: Shows Galaxy S21 Design

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Samsung Galaxy A52 5G which is an unreleased device was seen in an unboxing video. The design resembles that of the Galaxy S21 series. We have seen many rumors here and there but a while unboxing is crazy. Here is what you need to know

Samsung Galaxy A52 5G

The unreleased Samsung A52 was showcased in an unboxing video by Moboaesthetics. It is a mid-range Samsung device with great features like 5G.



The device comes with a Snapdragon 750G 5G chipset, 8GB RAM, and 128GB expandable storage. The device has a 120Hz AMOLED display with a 4500mAh battery and 25w fast-charging (adapter included)

Other features include 5G, an in-display fingerprint scanner, NFC, Bluetooth 5.0, IP67 water resistance, etc


It has a 32MP front camera and on the back, it has a Quad-Camera Setup. The primary camera is 64MP, the Secondary 8MP is ultra-wide, the Third is a 5MP macro and the last is a 2MP depth sensor.


The design of this device is highly in resemblance to the Samsung Galaxy S21 series. We see the mate black plastic back which is very resilient to finger-prints, the same plastic is continued to the camera block where it covers the whole block in, mate black plastic only the lenses and flash is exposed under glass.


The sides appear to be plastic as well but they are metallic.

In the front, we see a hole-punch display and we also get support for two sim-cards or an SD card.


We have rumors suggesting that the Samsung A52 5G will cost around €429/520$. Because this wasn’t an official video we don’t know about the official pricing of this phone.

What do you think? Is the pricing alright? Will you buy it and will it be on the 2021 Best Midrange Phones list? Let us know down in the comments.


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