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The brand-new Samsung Galaxy A52 is on its way, and it comes in both 5G and non-5G variants. Either way, you’re looking at plenty of cameras and a bright display with a crisp 120Hz refresh rate. If you’re hoping to drop some money on the latest mid-range Galaxy device, you’ll want to keep it safe while you’re at it. Here are the best Samsung Galaxy A52 cases to buy.

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We don’t have the Galaxy A52 in hand quite yet, so the best is yet to come. We’ll update this list as new options roll out.

The best Samsung Galaxy A52 cases:

Spigen Liquid Crystal Samsung Galaxy A52 case

Spigen is an ever-reliable case maker, and the Galaxy A52 is no exception. Our first pick is the Liquid Crystal because it’s a perfect way to show off your colorful new device. The case is crafted from a flexible TPU material, so you should be able to apply and remove it quickly. You’ll also have raised lips on the front and back to keep your Galaxy A52 safe from harm.

See also: Spigen cases: A buyer’s guide

Caseology Nano Pop

The Liquid Crystal is great for showing off colors, but the Nano Pop is the best way to add a colorful case to your Galaxy A52. It comes in three bright finishes and each one sports a soft, tactile exterior. Caseology’s Air Space technology keeps all four corners reinforced and safe from harm. Best of all, the Nano Pop fits both the 5G and non-5G Galaxy A52 devices.

See also: Caseology cases: A buyer’s guide

Spigen Rugged Armor

If you’d rather have a sleek, stealthy case, the Spigen Rugged Armor is your winner. It sports a similar TPU construction to its Liquid Crystal counterpart, but the matte black finish is accented with carbon fiber. You can bend the flexible case as much as you need to, and the Air Cushion technology is a key feature in all four corners.

Ringke Fusion X Samsung Galaxy A52 case

The Ringke Fusion X Case for the Samsung Galaxy A52 is a clever hybrid option with a unique bumper. It combines either a clear polycarbonate back panel or a black camo one with flexible TPU around the edges. You can also tap into the pair of QuikCatch holes and add a lanyard for hands-free carrying.

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Tudia Merge

If you want a colorful hybrid case for your Samsung Galaxy A52, the Tudia Merge is worth a look. It’s available in four shades, and each one comes with tactile button covers and carefully measured port cutouts. You should also be able to keep a tight grip on the Tudia Merge thanks to the textured side rails.

Hoomil Samsung Galaxy A52 Wallet case

Although the Galaxy A52 isn’t the largest device in the world, it’s always nice to free up some pocket space. Hoomil’s wallet does just that, adding two card slots and a cash pocket to your new device. The black PU leather is soft in the hand, and you can flip the folio cover to double as a kickstand for media streaming.

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VRS Design Pro Glide

If you prefer to skip the folding folio, VRS Design takes a new approach with the Pro Glide. It relies on a sliding rear door to provide access to your cards and cash. You only have one main pocket to work with, so it’s up to you how much you want to store. The VRS Design Pro Glide is also too thick of a Galaxy A52 case to support wireless charging.

UAG Scout Samsung Galaxy A52 case

The last case on our Samsung Galaxy A52 list is also one of the toughest you’ll find. UAG’s Scout is a lightweight option that still carries a MIL-STD 810G certification. It’s a great companion for your adventures and it barely adds any bulk to your phone. You can only grab the Scout in black for the time being, but it’s nice to see that it supports wireless charging.

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