Building a mid-range phone isn’t complicated, but staying relevant in the space is a whole different ball game. It takes more than specs to be competitive. Those specs need to be backed up by value, great design, and imaging capabilities. All of this might sound obvious, but finding that balance is key, and not every phone can achieve it. With the Galaxy M52, Samsung is making some concessions over its previous mid-ranger, the M51, while bolstering other aspects of the phone. In the Android Authority Samsung Galaxy M52 review, we see if the rejigged specs and Samsung’s focus on brand cachet can take on more densely packed spec sheets from the competition.
What you need to know about the Samsung Galaxy M52
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- Samsung Galaxy M52 (6GB / 128GB): Rs. 24,990
- Samsung Galaxy M52 (8GB / 128GB): Rs. 27,990
The Samsung Galaxy M52 follows up last year’s Galaxy M51 as a mid-range option for users who want more than the basics. The phone is available in two different configurations with the only difference being the amount of RAM. The Galaxy M52 serves as the highest-end device in Samsung’s M series portfolio with the Galaxy A52s serving as an upgrade option for users who want more.