Could the Samsung Galaxy A52 be your new Business Smartphone?

In the age of technology, everyone has a smartphone. In fact, it is predicted that, by 2023, there will be 4.3 billion smartphone users worldwide. With so many different phone models to choose from, it can be difficult to make sure you get the right one for your corporate needs. 

So, now that the Samsung Galaxy A52 5G has hit the market, the obvious question is: could it be the business smartphone for you?


According to the Samsung website’s Galaxy A52 5G page, this smartphone has an Octa-core CPU speed of 2.2GHz or 1.8GHz, along with 6GB of RAM. Its 6.5” FHD+ Super AMOLED display has a resolution of 1080 x 2400, which can withstand being submerged in a metre of water for up to 30 minutes. 

The main selling point for the Samsung Galaxy A52 has to be its camera quality. Its front camera takes snaps in 32MP for selfies, while the rear has multiple cameras, the main one of which has a whopping 64MP. 

The multiple rear cameras allow you to take ultra-wide angled (12MP) or depth-oriented photos (5MP), and even fine details with the macro camera (5MP). These cameras have inbuilt Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) to help stabilize your shots. 

How are these specifications suited to day-to-day business?

Business phone capabilities 

Firstly, the Samsung Galaxy A52 not only features 5G connectivity for a faster and more consistent online experience; the handset can also hold two different SIM cards. This means that you can have one SIM for your personal contacts and another for your business contacts.

However, this means of course that you will have to pay for both of the plans the two SIMs are on. Instead, you could easily turn your phone into an enterprise device with the help of simple and easy-to-use business phone systems, saving you the hassle of having two phones or two SIMs. 

Business phone systems by Gamma are cloud-hosted and easily accessed through a web portal. This means you don’t have to upgrade your hardware as often, as calls can be made through any device, including a laptop or PC, with the same audio quality a fixed line would allow. 

Camera quality 

The quality of the Samsung Galaxy A52’s camera may not seem relevant to the usage for business purposes. However, due to its quality, the camera may be able to be used in lieu of a scanner when you are on the go. 

Instead of having to wait and search for the nearest scanner, take a snap of the document wherever you are. The OIS will ensure that your shots are stabilized, and the rear cameras should pick up all the necessary details. Then, you can simply send the image to whoever requires a copy. 


The Galaxy A52 is protected by fingerprint recognition. You can also benefit from Samsung Pass biometric authentication, which enables you to unlock your apps and websites with your fingerprint. This makes sure that all of your business information is kept confidential. 

Working on the go

Finally, as with most if not all Samsung smartphones, the A52 is supported by Google services. This means that you can use the Google software tools Drive, Docs, Sheets and Slides when you are on the go, and get your Gmail inbox notifications sent straight to your phone so that you are never left unprepared.