With the Samsung Galaxy A52 and Galaxy A72 now available worldwide, Samsung can move onto its next affordable mid-range device. It’s likely the Galaxy A82, and a new phone leak offers a glimpse at the phone and the details of some key specs.
Well-known whistleblower Mukul Sharma posted the picture and information on Twitter after receiving them from the Google Play Console development tool. Let’s take a closer look at the front of the device, although it’s unclear whether it’s an authentic rendering or a placeholder image.If the picture is real, the phone will use a center hole to hold the selfie camera. There has been talk of a rotating and opening selfie camera that could fit the Samsung Galaxy A80 2019 so we’ll have to wait and see.
Unfortunately, the leak does not provide a glimpse into the back of the Samsung Galaxy A82, which may confirm the idea that the included image is just a generic shot, but we would expect the aesthetics to match the other phones Samsung has released to date. ‘Year.In terms of specs, it looks like Samsung will equip the Galaxy A82 with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 860 chipset. This is a minor upgrade over the 2019 Snapdragon 855 Plus with additional 5G connectivity.
It’s the same chip found in Xiaomi’s recently launched Poco X3 Pro. So expect similar levels of performance. This chipset will apparently be paired with up to 6GB of RAM, making it a mid-ranger that can hold its own in terms of performance.More information that we can see from this list is that the phone ships with Android 11 as expected and that the screen resolution is 1080 x 2400 pixels, although the display size does not contain any words yet.
We’re still waiting to know when the phone might see the light of day, although given the looks of the Galaxy A82 on the Google Play Console, it shouldn’t be long before Samsung makes all of this official. By the way, you didn’t miss the Galaxy A81 as it has been reconfigured as the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite.