We will soon see the introduction of the Samsung Galaxy A82. According to the news, the Samsung Galaxy A82 camera will be the 64-megapixel lens of the Sony IMX686.
Samsung is said to be working on the Galaxy A82 smartphone. This device was recently spotted at Geekbench. This phone is supposed to be introduced as a successor to the Galaxy A80, whose main feature is a sliding and rotating camera. Important information about the Samsung Galaxy A82 camera has now been published by the German magazine GalaxyClub.nl .
According to the details of this publication, in the camera section of the Galaxy A82 smartphone, we will see a 64-megapixel lens of the Sony IMX686 (previously it was said that this phone has a Samsung ISOCELL GW2 / 1 sensor). Details about the other sensors of this device have not been specified yet and no news has been published about the sliding camera in this phone.
It is said that the main target of this device at the moment will not be the European market, and Samsung intends to launch it in South Korea. For better encryption of device data, the Quantum Random Number Generator chip is intended for this Samsung A-series headset.
According to previous rumors, the Galaxy A82 will be equipped with a Snapdragon 855 or Snapdragon 855 Plus chip. 4 GB of RAM, Android 11 operating system, and Bluetooth 5 are other features of this device.
Introduced in 2019, the Samsung Galaxy A80 features a 6.47-inch full HD display plus a new, uncut design, a Snapdragon 730G chip, 8GB of RAM, 128GB of storage, and a 3700mAh battery. And it had a 25 watt charger. The module of this device was 48 megapixels, along with a 48 megapixel ultra-wide lens and a ToF 3D sensor, and we have to see what improvements we will see in the new generation.