The Samsung Galaxy A52, one of two mid-range smartphones Samsung is expected to officially unveil at an upcoming event on March 17, may have just been revealed in an unboxing video.
We’ve heard a lot about both the Samsung A72 and the A52 in a fairly comprehensive collection of leaks and rumors up to this point, but we haven’t seen either of them out in the real world – until now, if this video from YouTuber Moboaesthetics is to be believed.
As always, we can’t speak to the authenticity of anything appearing in a YouTube video, but this does seem like a real Samsung phone.
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