The Samsung A52s is a great mobile phone for all Samsung fans. It’s not only great for video chatting with friends and rivals, but it can also act as a photo album for the whole family to enjoy. Users can add new pictures, old pictures, and swap out ones that have gone stale. In this article we’ll take a look at the new Selfie Camera feature of the Samsung A52s, how it differs from the standard camera, and why it’s a great way to keep the pictures you love in one place for later. samsung a52s
If you’re looking for a mid-range smart phone that has everything you could ever want in one device, then the Samsung A52s is the one for you. The A 52s features a 5.1-inch Super AMOLED displays that’s quite commendable when compared to the Sony’s latest models, which are getting bigger by the day. It also has a very nice dual camera setup which makes it great for taking quality videos and stills. Speaking of videos, the Samsung A52s has a really neat new Selfie Camera feature, which allows you to take a self-shot picture of yourself using the built-in camera application.
If you were looking for a mobile phone that has the biggest screen on the planet, the Samsung A52s would be it. Not only does it have a huge Super AMOLED display, but it also sports a huge, bright, high resolution, capacitive screen. In terms of software support, the Samsung A52s has everything you would expect from a smartphone – access to the S Notebook Store, the Amazon App Store, the Android Market, the Sony Play Store, etc. Plus, it also comes with the much-rumored Social Hub service, which allows you to connect with your social network of choice via the S Notebook.
Speaking of apps, the Samsung A52s is loaded with features including a fully optimized Android operating system and the new Samsung Experience feature, which offer one of the most comprehensive smartphone apps around. There’s also the Data Saving Battery Packs, which gives the Samsung A52s more than enough juice to last throughout a full workday on any occasion. Plus, there’s the Samsung galaxy a52s Quick Panel, which allows you to use the phone without worrying about accidentally hitting any keys. This panel also helps you gain quick access to your email, contacts, and text messages.
On the downside, the phone has two minor issues that might become irritating for some users. The first issue is the touch sensitivity, which is poor in terms of accuracy. While on a call, I frequently hit the wrong buttons or did not recognize a particular symbol to press. Fortunately, this can be fixed with a simple update to the Samsung apps, which usually fixes this problem. The other issue that the Samsung A52s has been the lack of Dust Resistant screen protector, which makes it slightly harder to use the phone outdoors. This isn’t an issue that most people will come across while using their smartphone, but it does mean that you have to be a little more careful when handling the phone.
Overall, the Samsung A52s is a powerful smart phone that packs a lot of power in a small package. I’ve only had it for a few days, so I don’t have much to say about the design or user interface, except that the navigation buttons are really fast and responsive. The Samsung Galaxy A52s comes with a unique microSD slot that allows you to load up your photos and videos directly to your phone, which is excellent if you don’t want to use any third party storage services. The large display and excellent snap functionality make it one of the most attractive handsets available on the UK market at the moment, and the high end internals should ensure that the Samsung A52s is one of the most reliable handsets.