Samsung Galaxy A Series

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Samsung may be best known for its high-end Galaxy S phones that rival the iPhone. But the tech giant is proving that it can appeal to cost-conscious customers with the launch of five new smartphones in the United States, the priciest of which only costs $500.

Samsung’s new lineup of budget phones, which debuted in other markets before coming to the US, are all launching this month. Some of them will be released as soon as this week, while the least expensive model will debut on April 29. The launch comes as competitors like Apple and Google have also been focusing on cheaper smartphones to boost sales.

Three of these new Samsung devices also support 5G, another sign that shoppers no longer have to pay a premium to get access to next-generation wireless networks. All five of the new phones also have the traditional headphone jack for wired listening and run on an octa-core processor.

Here’s a look at the new Samsung Galaxy A series phones that will be launching soon.

Samsung Galaxy A52 5G

Screen: 6.5-inch FHS+ Super AMOLED, 120Hz 

Cameras: 64-MP main, 12-MP ultra-wide, 5-MP macro, 5-MP depth

Memory and storage: 6GB/128GB

Fast charging: 25W

Release date: April 9

Price: $499.99

The Galaxy A52 5G is the most expensive smartphone of the bunch. It comes with a 6.5-inch FHD+ screen and a quad-camera system that includes some of the same features as Samsung’s more expensive Galaxy S phones. These include Single Take, which creates several different photos or video clips with different effects with a single press of the shutter button.

Its screen can also boost its refresh rate up to 120Hz for smoother scrolling and performance, a feature that has become common on pricier flagship phones but is rare on cheaper models. It’s also the only phone in this A-series lineup to include Samsung’s notch-free screen design.

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Samsung Galaxy A42 5G

Screen: 6.6-inch HD+ Super AMOLED, 60Hz 

Cameras: 48-MP main, 8-MP ultra-wide, 2-MP depth

Memory and storage: 4GB/128GB

Fast charging: 15W

Release date: April 8

Price: $399.99

The less expensive Galaxy A42 5G has a slightly larger screen than the A52 5G, but scales back on certain features when it comes to the camera and screen refresh rate. 

Still, it has a triple-lens camera with high-resolution sensors, and like its pricier sibling it also supports Single Take.

Samsung Galaxy A32 5G

Screen: 6.5-inch HD+ LCD, 90Hz 

Cameras: 48-MP main, 8-MP ultra-wide, 5-MP macro, 2-MP depth

Memory and storage: 4GB/64GB

Fast charging: 15W

Release date: April 9

Price: $279.99

The Galaxy A32 5G is Samsung’s cheapest 5G smartphone to date. It has a large 6.5-inch screen, but it’s made from an LCD panel instead of Super AMOLED. That means it will likely lack some of the contrast and boldness of Samsung’s other devices. But Samsung hasn’t skimped on the camera considering this model has a quad-lens main camera, which is rare if not unheard of at that price.

Samsung Galaxy A12

Screen: 6.5-inch HD+ LCD, 60Hz 

Cameras: 16-MP main, 5-MP ultra-wide, 2-MP macro, 2-MP depth

Memory and storage: 3GB/32GB

Fast charging: 15W

Release date: April 9

Price: $179.99

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Source:: Business Insider

      

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