With the advent of the Samsung Galaxy A52 and Galaxy A72, Samsung can continue to use its next-generation mid-range devices at affordable prices. It may be the Galaxy A82, and the new leak of the phone allows people to know the details of the phone and some key specifications.
The famous salesman Mukul Sharma obtained pictures and related information from the Google Play console developer tools and posted them on Twitter. Although it is not clear whether this is a real rendering or a placeholder image, we can see the front of the device very well.
If the picture is genuine, the earpiece will use the centered punch hole to fix the selfie camera. There have been rumors that the rotating pop-up selfie camera is very likely-to match the 201
Unfortunately, the leak did not give us a glimpse of the back of the Samsung Galaxy A82, which may support the idea that the pictures contained in it are just ordinary lenses, but we hope that its aesthetics can follow the development trend of other Samsung phones. It has been launched so far this year.
Samsung Galaxy A82 accesses the Google Play console.Key specifications revealed. Android 116GB RAMSD855 + #Samsung#SamsungGalaxyA82 pic.twitter.com/NXEX5Y9pPE April 1, 2021
In terms of specifications, Samsung seems to equip the Galaxy A82 with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 860 chipset, which is a minor upgrade to the Snapdragon 855 Plus since 2019 and adds some 5G connectivity.
It is the same chip as the Poco X3 Pro recently released by Xiaomi, so a similar level of performance can be expected. The chipset will obviously be paired with up to 6GB of RAM, which makes it a mid-range product that can maintain its own level in terms of performance.
The other information we can get from the list is that the phone will run Android 11, as you would expect, and the screen resolution will be 1080 x 2400 pixels-although the size of the display has no words yet.
Although considering the appearance of the Galaxy A82 on the Google Play console, we are still waiting for when to hear the sound of the phone lit up, but Samsung can officially announce all of this soon. By the way, you will not miss the Galaxy A81 because it has been reconfigured as Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite.