Galaxy A52 5G vs. Galaxy A42 5G vs. Galaxy A32 5G: Which cheap phone should you buy?

If you’re looking for a midrange phone that also happens to connect to a 5G

If you’re looking for a midrange phone that also happens to connect to a 5G network, Samsung just tripled your options. The phone maker rolled out a revamped Galaxy A lineup, and while the Galaxy A52 5G leads the charge, this $499 phone isn’t your only choice when it comes to a low-cost Samsung device capable of working with next-generation 5G. 

Also appearing alongside the Galaxy A52 are the Galaxy A42 and Galaxy A32, both 5G phones and both with sub-$400 price tags. In fact, stack all three phones next to each other, and you’d have a hard time telling the difference among the Galaxy A52 5G vs. Galaxy A42 5G vs. Galaxy A32 5G. It certainly doesn’t help that Samsung equipped all three phones with equally sized 6.5 inch displays and similar features across the board.