Samsung has kept a lot of the key specs from the A52 5G the same, though there are a few key changes.
As before, you'll get a 6.5in, 120Hz AMOLED display, and stereo speakers (with Dolby Atmos support) return too.
In the UK the phone will include 6GB RAM and 128GB storage as standard - expandable with microSD up to 1TB - though in other markets models with 12GB RAM or 256GB storage are available.
Even the camera is mostly unchanged, with a quad setup on the back: a 64Mp main lens with OIS, 12Mp ultrawide, and 5Mp macro and depth sensor
You'll find a decent 32Mp selfie camera on the front, in a punch-hole cut-out. There have been software tweaks however, and the phone will offer improved night mode, and portrait options including studio lighting.
The design and build are similar too, though there have been tweaks here. As before, the display is coated in Gorilla Glass 5, and impressively the phone has an IP67 water-resistance rating.
The phone's rear is still plastic, but the plastic now curves up and over the camera module seamlessly - similar to the design of the flagship Oppo Find X5 Pro.
It also comes in a new range of 'Awesome' colours: black, white, blue, and peach.
Still, there have been some changes elsewhere. For one, the battery is bigger - the new 5000mAh cell should deliver two days of battery life according to Samsung
The 25W wired charging is the same as before, and will get you 50% of the battery back in half an hour - though there's no wireless charging option.