Looks like Samsung isn’t raising the Galaxy A52 and Galaxy A72 prices

The Galaxy A52 and Galaxy A72 are two of the most highly anticipated Samsung phones this year. Samsung’s Galaxy A series is one of its best-selling lineups and with good reason. These are feature-packed mid-range devices with great designs and reasonable price tags.

With every revamp, there’s always a chance that the price could be increased. A new report suggests that this may not be the case. Samsung may not increase the price of its new Galaxy A devices.

Galaxy A52 and Galaxy A72 expected prices have surfaced

GalaxyClub has come across the Galaxy A52 and Galaxy A72 prices that were collected by German price comparison portal Idealo.

Prices for the Galaxy A52 will start at €369 for the 4G variant with 128GB of internal storage. That’s exactly what Samsung sold the Galaxy A51 in the same configuration for last year. The 256GB model of the Galaxy A52 5G will cost €429.

There’s also going to be a Galaxy A52 5G that’s said to cost €449 and €509 with 128/256GB storage respectively. The Galaxy A51 5G wasn’t widely released in Europe but it was actually priced a bit higher at €479.

The 4G Galaxy A72 is reportedly going to cost €449 with 128GB and €509 with 256GB storage. The base variant of the Galaxy A72 was priced at €469 last year. There’s no information about the prices for the Galaxy A72 5G at this point in time.

These prices will be applicable in Europe. Samsung will likely stick to the same strategy in other markets. So you can be cautiously optimistic that these new devices won’t likely cost more than their predecessors did in your market.

Do keep in mind that these prices haven’t been officially verified but they provide us with an estimate nonetheless. Samsung is likely going to retain the same level of pricing for its new premium mid-range handsets. Will customers pay the price of not getting a charger in the box for this? We can’t count that possibility out just yet.

Samsung hasn’t confirmed when it will unveil the new Galaxy A series. We expect that to happen in the near future.

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