Samsung to announce its Cheaper Mid-range Galaxy A82 very soon

Samsung to announce its Cheaper Mid-range Galaxy A82 very soonSamsung can reportedly move on to its next cheaper mid-range device because the Samsung Galaxy A52 and Galaxy A72 are now out in the world. Rumors predicted it would likely be the Samsung Galaxy A82 and provided details of some key specs. A famous tipster John Oliver posted the picture and the info on Twitter, collected from the Google Play Console developer tool. So, we can get a good look at the front of the device, however, it’s not clear if this is a genuine image. The handset is going to use a centered punch hole to hold the selfie camera if the image is genuine. There were various other suggestions including a pop-up selfie camera matching the 2019 Samsung Galaxy A80, but you have to wait and see the actual specs of a new device.

Samsung is going to fit the Galaxy A82 with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 860 chipset and will come running Android 11. It has been considered a minor upgrade over the Snapdragon 855 Plus from 2019, with some added 5G connectivity. Point to be noted that the company will reportedly offer the same chip offered in the recently launched Poco X3 Pro from Xiaomi, so we are expecting similar levels of performance. The chip will be paired with up to 6GB of RAM to mark a mid-range cheaper device in terms of performance. The smartphone will have 1080 x 2400 pixel screen resolution but we couldn’t find the dimensions of the display. We are expecting the appearance of the Galaxy A82 on the Google Play Console. Samsung has recently announced its Galaxy A mid-range line for 2021 including the A52 and A72, and A52 5G.

It is noteworthy that Samsung hasn’t yet done the entire work for its A-series but reportedly working on launching the Galaxy A82 in the near future. A new rumor suggests its main rear camera sensor will have 64 MP resolution, similar to the A52, A72, and A52 5G. The Galaxy A82 looks likely to initially arrive in South Korea, and it’s still unclear if it will get a global release after that. We are expecting to see an OLED panel with a refresh rate of at least 90Hz, a quad-camera array, an IP67 rating for water and dust resistance, expandable storage, and a minimum battery capacity of 4,500mAh. Moreover, the A52 starts at $369.99, and the A72 costs $429.99. It clearly indicates the A82 will probably be around $500, but this is still guesswork.

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