Samsung has revealed the Samsung Galaxy A52 and A72, the latest additions to its Galaxy A series.
Both phones are powered by an octa-core processor and run on Android 11. They sport a FHD+ Super AMOLED Infinity-O Display with a 90Hz refresh rate, with the screen having Eye Care certification and Eye Comfort Shield. The phones also share an IP67 rating, stereo speakers, 25W fast charging support, 8GB+256GB storage configurations (with support for up to 1TB of external memory), One UI 3.0, and a 32MP front camera.
The A52 and A72’s rear camera setups are largely the same, with both phones having a 64MP main camera with OIS, a 12MP Ultra Wide camera, and a 5MP Macro camera. However, the former has a 5MP depth camera while the latter has an 8MP telephoto camera. For batteries, the A52 has a 4,500mAh battery while the A72 has a 5,000mAh battery.
Being part of the Samsung Galaxy ecosystem, the phones also include features like SmartThings, Music Share, Quick Share, and Private Share. They also have the built-in Samsung Knox 8 security system. Samsung says that the A52 and A72 will receive software upgrades for three generations and regular security updates for “a minimum of four years”. Lastly, their packaging makes use of pulp mold and paper as part of Samsung’s sustainability efforts.
Have a gander at the specs below: