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If you’re in the market for a new midrange phone, then you need to make a beeline for two of Samsung’s latest models. The Samsung Galaxy A52 and A72 not only look great, but also incorporate some pretty compelling features that set them apart from the competition.

Let’s take a closer look at both units and get to know them a little better:

Samsung Galaxy A52

The Galaxy A52 boasts a clear and bright 6.5-inch FHD+ Super AMOLED screen that reaches 800 nits–making images and text visible and legible even in bright sunlight. The Eye Comfort Shield feature reduces harmful blue light; Real Smooth ensures that your user experience stays butter-smooth irrespective of what you’re doing. The display is further distinguished by its in-display fingerprint scanner and punch-hole selfie camera.

Speaking of cameras, the Galaxy A52 boasts a powerful multi-lens imaging set. Its front-facing snapper is 32MP, whereas the main snapper set is composed of a 64MP lens (the main camera, which lets you go ultra high-res with optical image stabilization for crisp, clear photos) + 12MP (ultra-wide lens with a 123-degree angle of view) + 5MP (macro lens to bring out ultra-fine details) + 5MP (depth camera to adjust the depth of field in your images). And the phone also features stereo speakers, one on top and one at the bottom.

Powering the Galaxy A52 is its 4500mAh battery, which can last up to two days given average levels of use. AI power management helps adjust to your mobile usage habits, increasing efficiency. And should you run out of battery, don’t fret: up to 25W of Super Fast Charging will help you get right back on your feet in a jiffy.

The Galaxy A52 is available in Awesome Violet, Awesome Black, Awesome White, and Awesome Blue.

Samsung Galaxy A72

Like its A52 sibling, the Galaxy A72 also comes with a great display, another FHD+ Super AMOLED screen that also reaches 800 nits and boasts the Eye Comfort Shield and Real Smooth features. The in-display fingerprint scanner and punch-hole selfie lens also take pride of place in the A72. However, at 6.7 inches, the A72’s display is slightly larger than that of the A52.

The Galaxy A72 also has a great imaging set, which shares some lenses with the A52–namely the 32MP front-facing camera, the 64MP OIS main lens, and the 5MP macro camera.

However, taking the place of the 5MP depth camera is an 8MP telephoto lens that offers up to 3x optical zoom and up to 30x Space Zoom–which used to be exclusive to Samsung flagship smartphones, and, as such, is a first for an A series handset.

The Galaxy A72’s stereo speaker set is enhanced with the renowned Dolby Atmos 3D surround sound enhancement, marking yet another first for the A series.

The phone’s generous 5000mAh battery is purported to last around two days, and thanks to its 25W of Super Fast Charging, can rapidly be topped up.

Get the Galaxy A72 in the same striking colorways as the A52: Awesome Violet, Awesome Black, Awesome White, and Awesome Blue.

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