Samsung continues with Galaxy A series, and after announcing the Galaxy A 52 and A72, the company is planning the launch of Galaxy A82.
Not much is known now, but we managed to extract some details about the camera of the upcoming Galaxy A82. According to the source, A82 is following its predecessor, the Galaxy A80. The interesting fact about the phone’s camera was that it could turn around. So you could use the primary camera for selfies, which meant more options and better results. But it isn’t clear if A82 would have the same camera setup.
Moreover, it’s speculated that the A82 would have a 64 MP camera sensor at the rear side, similar to A52, A52 5G, and A72. The sensor, however, is a Sony IMX686 and not Samsung’s own sensor
Previously we rolled out some leaked information about the Galaxy A82, which included a Snapdragon 855+ chipset under the hood, a bezel-less AMOLED display, a rotating-motorized camera, in-display fingerprint scanner, two variants (6GB RAM + 128GB and 8GB RAM + 256GB), and microSD card support.
The phone may start its journey from South Korea, with no details about the launching dates.
Stay tuned for more information about Samsung Galaxy A82.
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