As the Samsung Galaxy A52 and A72 are now available for purchase, Samsung can develop its future affordable mid-range device.
It is similar to the Galaxy A82, and a recent leak of the device provides precious insight regarding the phone, including some key specifications.
Mukul Sharma, the famous tipster, posted a related picture and information on Twitter, as they were gathered from the Google Play Console developer tool.
We had a good look at the smartphone’s front area, though it isn’t yet clear if the pictures we saw are a simple render or just a placeholder image.
If the image is genuine, then the device will feature a centre punch hole to take the place of the selfie camera. There was some intense talk that a rotating, pop-up selfie camera may be on its way, similar to what we saw on the 2019 Samsung Galaxy A80.
Unfortunately, the leak doesn’t provide a glimpse of the device’s rear area, but that may be a vital sign that the image is just a generic image. However, it is expected to see the aesthetics follow the lead of the other smartphones released by Samsung thus far this year.
Here is what we may see from the new device:
— Mukul Sharma (@stufflistings) April 1, 2021
As for the specifications, it seems like Samsung will pack a Qualcomm Snapdragon 860 chipset in the A52, a minor upgrade from the Snapdragon 855 Plus from 2019, with some extra 5G connectivity.
The same chipset equips the recently introduced Poco X3 Pro from Xiaomi, so we believe that it will deliver comparable performance.
The chipset will be paired with up to 6GB of RAM, turning the device into a mid-ranger that lives up to its name and promises performance-wise.
We extracted Tidbits of information from the listing claim that the device will come equipped with Android 11, as expected, and the screen’s resolution will be 1080 x 2400 pixels. However, you should take the information with a grain of salt, as nothing was officially confirmed yet.
We are still waiting to learn when will the device be released.
AS we saw the appearance of the A82 on the Google Play Console, it is safe to say that it won’t be too long before Samsung makes the news official.
It would help if you stayed tuned to learn more, as the Galaxy A81 will be reconfigured in the form of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite.