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Samsung has slashed the price of this smartphone by Rs 5,000, getting 8GB RAM and a 64 megapixel phone.

New Delhi: If you want to buy a new smartphone then this is the news for you. Samsung has slashed the price of its flagship smartphone. Samsung has made the Galaxy A52s 5G smartphone cheaper by Rs 5,000. The phone was launched in India in September 2021. The company had officially reduced the price of the smartphone seven months after its release in the country. The new price and special features of this phone will make you buy the phone.

Samsung Galaxy A52s 5G The new price of

South Korean electronics giant India has launched the Galaxy A52s 5G in two memory variants. The 6GB + 128GB and 8GB + 128GB versions of this handset are priced at Rs 35,999 and Rs 37,999 respectively. According to Sammobile, Samsung has now slashed the price of both the variants by Rs 5,000. Therefore, this smartphone is now priced at Rs 30,999 and Rs 32,499. The new prices have been applied to all channels. Bank discounts are also available. The Galaxy A52s 5G is now cheaper than the recently launched Galaxy A53 5G in India after a price cut.

Features and Specifications of Samsung Galaxy A52s 5G
The phone has a 6.5 inch Full HD + Super AMOLED Infinity-O display with a refresh rate of 120Hz. The Snapdragon 778G chipset is offered in this phone as a processor. This phone has a quad rear camera setup for photography. It has a 64 megapixel primary lens, a 12 megapixel secondary sensor, a 5 megapixel micro sensor and a 5 megapixel telephoto sensor. The phone has a 32 megapixel front camera for selfies. This phone has a 4500mAh battery. This battery comes with 25 watt fast charging support. This phone has an in-display fingerprint sensor. In addition to 5G for connectivity, there are options like 4G LTE, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS / A-GPS, NFC and USB Type-C port.

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