A new leak has surfaced on the purported Samsung Galaxy A82 smartphone, hot on the heels of a major Samsung Galaxy A series launch that unveiled the Samsung Galaxy A52 and Galaxy A72 devices. Now, the latest leak suggests that the Samsung Galaxy A82 will feature a 64MP primary camera sensor as part of its rear camera setup. Furthermore, there is no information so far on whether the Galaxy A82 will feature a triple rear camera setup or a quad camera unit. More importantly, the leak also does not reveal if the upcoming Samsung Galaxy A82 will feature the unique swivelling camera module design that its direct predecessor, the Galaxy A80 of 2019, had featured.
The leak further reveals that the Samsung Galaxy A82 will use the Sony IMX686 64MP image sensor in its primary rear camera unit, and not a sensor from Samsung’s own stable. This is, of course, an early sneak peek at the apparent Galaxy A82, so we’re still looking at a limited amount of information available with us about the smartphone. The higher end Galaxy A series devices have typically been treated by Samsung as sub-flagship smartphones that serve the premium category, and the way the company configured the Galaxy A80 suggests that the Samsung Galaxy A82 may have a few special tricks up its sleeve, too.
A previous leak about the Samsung Galaxy A82 had suggested that the smartphone may run on an enhanced version of the older Qualcomm Snapdragon 865+ SoC, which may be launched soon under the Snapdragon 860 moniker. The latter is expected to be the company’s only 4G chipset with flagship grade specifications, which further suggests that the Galaxy A82 may be a 4G only smartphone. That, however, may just account for one of the variants of the upcoming Galaxy A82, which may also feature a separate 5G variant that could be launched in select markets.
As of now, there is little information on when might the Samsung Galaxy A82 be launched, and which markets might Samsung introduce it in. Rumours point to the smartphone being launched in Korea first. The Galaxy A80 was launched in India as well in 2019, so Samsung may bring it to India as well, once the device is unveiled.
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