Samsung to debut its lowest costing Galaxy phones in US
We knew almost everything about the launch of Samsung’s 5G phones in the US market except for the model’s names and their price. Putting an end to predictions, Samsung announced today that the three Galaxy A32 5G, A42 5G and A52 5G will be leading the way.
All three phones will be available for sale by the end of this week with the A32 5G will debut at $279, making it the cheapest among all three. Phones are to be loaded with charger and Android 11 version. In addition to this, Samsung will be shipping two more of their models, Galaxy A12 and A02s which are price below the price of A32 5G.
Samsung’s Galaxy A32 5G includes a 6.6inch panel LCD instead of OLED and uses MediaTek 720 processor. It got RAM of 4GB and storage of 64GB, extended by microSD. It will be on sale starting on 9th April.
With 6.6inch of OLED and a standard 60Hz refresh rate, A42 5G is the only model in this pack to support mmWave 5G in addition to sub-6GHz. It got the main camera of 48 megapixels, uses Snapdragon 750G chipset and doesn’t include IP rating. It got a RAM of 4GB and will be on sale for $399 from 8th April onwards.
A52 5G has added quite a few feature in order to reach it price which is set at $499 making it the costliest in the bunch. It follows up on last year’s A51 model and includes a 6.5inch OLED with a 120Hz refresh rate, IP67 water resistance rating, Snapdragon 750G processor and 4500mAh battery.
Like the other two-level, A52 5G model supports sub-6GHz 5G only and it supports C-frequencies at a hardware level. The 128GB storage and 64GB RAM phone will be put on sale from 9th April.
A02s includes a 13 megapixels’ camera without ultrawide whereas A12 gets a 16 megapixels’ main camera and a 5 megapixels ultra-wide. 3GB RAM is submitted by the latter and 2GB by the former. Both models offer a 6.5inch LCD with a standard refreshing rate and a 5000mAh battery. Both models will be loaded with Android 10. A12 is priced at $179 and A02s at $109.99 with sales starting on April 9th and 29th respectively.
— Samsung Mobile (@SamsungMobile) March 27, 2021