These are the newest Samsung Galaxy devices heading to T-Mobile, Metro by T-Mobile

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T-Mobile today announced that they are welcoming more 5G devices into their roster pretty soon. 

The devices that are making their way to their stores include the following:

  • Samsung Galaxy A02s 
  • Samsung Galaxy A12
  • Samsung Galaxy A32 5G
  • Samsung Galaxy A52 5G

All of these phones will be heading to T-Mobile’s stores. Two of them, the Galaxy A02s and Galaxy A12, will also be coming to Metro by T-Mobile. The Galaxy A12, A32 5G, and A52 5G will be available at both T-Mobile and Metro by T-Mobile on April 9th. The Galaxy A02s will follow shortly. 

This makes T-Mobile the exclusive postpaid wireless provider of the Galaxy A32 5G in the US upon launch. 

Both the Galaxy A32 5G and A52 5G will have access to T-Mobile’s Extended Range 5G for nationwide coverage and Ultra Capacity 5G for super-fast speeds. Meanwhile, the remaining two devices will have access to T-Mobile’s Advanced LTE network. 

For pricing information, you can get your hands on either device at these prices:

  • Samsung Galaxy A02s – Pricing details to follow
  • Samsung Galaxy A12 – Free with 24 monthly bill credits when you add a line, $7.50/month ($0 down, FRP: $180) at T-Mobile; Free when you switch or add a new line at Metro by T-Mobile
  • Samsung Galaxy A32 5G – $11.75/month ($0 down, FRP: $282) at T-Mobile; $29.99 for switchers or $199.99 when you add a new line at Metro by T-Mobile
  • Samsung Galaxy A52 5G – $21/month ($0 down, FRP $504) at T-Mobile; $$199.99 for switchers or $249.99 when you add a new line at Metro by T-Mobile

 

To learn more about these devices, visit T-Mobile’s website

 

Source: T-Mobile

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  • George Salcedo

    I honestly never trusted the low and mid tier Samsung devices after several misfires. I hope they get it together in the mid tier cause having a headphone jack is a plus!

    • Bklynman

      A71,it total mess! Ppl have problems with that phone on every carrier! The only one that doesn’t have problem with it is,ATT version of that phone. Can’t understand why, it is the same phone as A51,but with suppose to be better camera, bigger screen. Samsung will not admit there a problem with it! I could understand if it was like $200 dollar phone,but the thing cost over $500 full price! What little I read about the A52-5g,it is the replacement for the A71,not sure if that is right or not.

      • riverhorse

        So that’s maybe why A71 didn’t follow to Metro…

        I was hoping for an A8292 because those lines are just superior all around (even a “fixed” 72): larger screen & resolution storage capacity ram battery, faster Charging USB UFS ram gpu cpu modem…
        (And if Samsung could somehow change course on deprecating MST & Samsung Pay promotions…)

        Because, as it is, none of the forthcoming phones are an upgrade for Nord N10 owners- especially for those of us who have totally overloaded the phone.
        To say nothing of the North American versions being inferior- I would’ve settled for the International A52: 8&256gb
        I would splurge for an international model IF had a guarantee of not losing the full 5G- even if it involved flashing.

    • riverhorse

      And, at least for the Metro variants, there came a point where their price wasn’t so competitive while other brands offered ≥ specs.
      After the Galaxy Avant (I still have it activated on a TMo prepaid line despite inconsistent texting issues!) I quit on Samsung, as subsequently for many years Metro stuck with their 12 + 1632 GB models. Hyped announcements would trumpet the same old specs.
      Heck, 32gb still among these new releases.

    • Acdc1a

      Most of the Moto devices have them and my experience is they’re more reliable with less bloat.

    • Shaun Michalak

      I have had the same problems.. In fact, while people may rip into LG for things, fact is, I can at least say that the LG ones that I have had at least ran decently, no matter the level of the phone.. The Samsung ones I have tried that were not $500+ were all bloated, and ran like crap.. One ran so bad I thought it was a first beta version of the software for the phone.. Heck, I could not even answer the phone most of the time before it stopped ringing because the software was so bad.

  • the martian ambassador

    Not wild about the A32, but hopefully they will let customers choose to use that $282 value of the A32 towards another device. Then you could get the A52 for $222.