Unlike the past, it is undeniable that Samsung is doing a spectacular job in its lower ranges, namely in the Galaxy A range, where we can find the very recent A32, A52 and A72! Devices capable of bringing together good Samsung specifications and quality, at a very attractive price.
After all, the main objective of the Galaxy A range is to take some of the top features of the Galaxy S range, to less well-heeled pockets. Having said all that, it seems that Samsung’s bet will not be on the 3 devices mentioned earlier … Make way for the Galaxy A82!
Galaxy A82? Samsung has one more card up its sleeve
Therefore, this is not the first time that we have heard of a successor to the very interesting Samsung Galaxy A80 of 2019, which at the time brought to the market a very curious mechanism for the camera module. However, this successor will leave the rotating module behind, in order to focus on specifications and price.
That’s why it will bring a Snapdragon 855+, 6GB of RAM, and a rom based on Android 11.
Snapdragon 855+ in 2021?
Yes, it is the high-end SoC of 2019, however, even in 2021, this chip is anything but slow.
It is also an excellent option, considering the current semiconductor crisis. After all, Samsung is thus able to opt for less saturated production lines, while continuing to offer excellent performance in a device that is, in fact, a product designed for the mid-range.
Samsung launched three mobile phones to renew the Galaxy A range a few weeks ago, why didn’t it present this A82 at that time?
We have no idea, but everything indicates that the A82 will arrive a little later, probably close to the time of launch of the S21 FE.
Furthermore, what do you think about all of this? Share your opinion with us in the comments below.
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