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There are few things as frustrating as having a top tier camera on your smartphone but experiencing lag and space issues in keeping every captured moment. This is where Samsung has decided to step in and up their ante. 

With the launch of their new sleek Galaxy A Series range, they're promising Samsung users the chance to have it all - quality phone photography and a powerhouse machine to match it. Featured in the range you'll find the Galaxy A32 5G, Galaxy A52 5G, and Galaxy A72 - all of which have intelligent battery capabilities to carefully optimise battery power based on your activity. This allows your smartphone the ability to adjust the processing power, display mode, and app usage accordingly.

And the updated camera system on the Galaxy A Series captures more detail in every shot no matter the setting and reduces the effects of shaky hands through in-built Scene Optimiser and Super Steady modes. Plus, users can now select and save still images from 4K video, offering another way to capture stunning images and can customise their footage with Pro Video mode, allowing users to control the shutter speed, focus and ISO. To top it all off, it's the first Galaxy series device to collaborate with Snapchat to support Fun Mode, empowering users to express themselves in a trendy, playful way on the go. 

And, Samsung ensures buyers that they can now trade-in over 6 000 Samsung and non-Samsung eligible devices from laptops, mobile phones, smartwatches, tablets and much more at Samsung Stores nationwide and on the official Samsung Online Store in favour of their new devices.

Watch the video below to get a closer look at the glistening Galaxy A Series:

This post is sponsored by Samsung and produced BrandStudio24 for News24. 

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