South Korea-based tech giant Samsung has turned to mid-range models after its flagships. Samsung, which is already developing galaxy M62 and M42 devices, is also working on the Galaxy A82. Key features of the expected phone A82 have leaked online.
Samsung Galaxy A82 will be powered by the old flagship chipset
The Samsung Galaxy A82, which had previously been bis certified, also visited Geekbench performance tests. Now the device has appeared on the Google Play Console site with its basic features. Along with the hardware details, the front design of the device also appeared.
The Play Console list indicates that the Galaxy A82 will be powered by the SM8150P chipset. This model number points to the Snapdragon 855 Plus chipset, which we were previously familiar with from the Galaxy Note 10.
In addition, Samsung’s mid-ring smartphone will come with two different RAM options. While geekbench reveals that one of them is 4 GB; The Google Play list also confirmed the existence of the 6 GB model.
With additional features, the newest addition to the “A” series will come with a screen that supports a resolution of 1080 x 2400 pixels and a density of 450 ppi. The Samsung Galaxy A82, which will come out of the box with the Android 11 operating system, will also support Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity.
The rotating camera design will continue
The Galaxy A82 will appear as the top model of the Galaxy A80, released in 2019. Reports said the A82 would come with a 64 Megapixel main camera with a Sony IMX686 sensor. The device, which is expected to continue the rotating camera design, will lead to innovations in terms of processors and cameras. This will allow you to take high-quality selfies and video chat using the device’s rear camera.
For now, Samsung has not shared a release date for the expected Galaxy A82 model. However, the company is expected to offer the device to consumers in the second quarter of the year.