The Samsung Galaxy A82 is slowly coming to flesh. The phone, which is intriguing on the design side, will obviously be assertive on the camera side.

 

 

The Samsung Galaxy A82 is a phone with many mysteries for the time being. Considering the 180-degree rotating camera of the Galaxy A80, the previous model of the series, it is natural for the A82 to be so curious. Before moving on to the design details of the phone, let’s share with you the latest developments on the camera side.

 

Samsung Galaxy A82 will use a Sony sensor

Known for its proximity to Samsung, according to the latest report from the GalaxyClub site, the Galaxy A82 will feature a 64-megapixel Sony IMX686 sensor in the main camera. If they are confused, let’s clarify immediately; The Galaxy A52 and Galaxy A72 models feature the 64-megapixel ISOCELL GW1 produced by Samsung.

The high-resolution camera that Sony released to the market at the end of 2019 has been on the smartphones of many brands, especially Meizu, Xiaomi, Huawei. In the images that were recently served on the internet, it was seen that there will be three rear cameras in the Galaxy A82 model. The camera will be supported by a laser autofocus sensor and LED flash.

Once the details of the main camera are revealed, another interesting issue is where this camera will be located on the phone. Our expectation is that a rotatable mechanism like the Galaxy A80 will not be used. Instead, an innovative design concept that can be slid up and down on the main body of the screen will be preferred.

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The phone will be released with the Android 11 operating system and will be powered by the Snapdragon 855 Plus processor. The Galaxy A82 will also form the basis for the company’s second Quantum phone. This phone will be developed for the South Korean operator SK Telecom and will contain a quantum RNG chip for extra layers of security. The first Quantum phone was based on the Galaxy A71 5G model and sold over 300,000 units in the first six months.

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