Galaxy A82 5G will be the most advanced model in the Galaxy A series, beneficiary of an AMOLED screen from the top range of the Samsung manufacturer and camera with optical stabilization.
Galaxy A82 5G, the top model of the Galaxy A series, will be equipped with the same chipset that we found on high-end phones from 2019: Snapdragon 855+.
With a design substantially different from its predecessor Galaxy A80, the new model gives up the retractable camera and replaces glossy-rounded finishes with a new style of frosted-glass and chrome finishes, most likely made of good quality plastic. Already launched in South Korea under the name Galaxy Quantum 2, the phone is very easily confused with the A72 model already launched for European markets.
With a price yet to be confirmed, the Galaxy A82 5G comes with a 6.7-inch Super AMOLED Infinity-O screen, with native QHD + resolution (compared to FHD + on the Galaxy A72). Unfortunately, the refresh rate stated at 120Hz is only available by switching to the lower FHD + resolution, this being a limitation of the chipset used.
Equipped with 6GB of RAM, 128GB of internal storage and a microSD slot, the A82 5G has enough resources for the Android 11 system (pre-installed) and hosting a generous collection of photos and videos. For this purpose, the phone offers a 64MP wide-angle camera with optical stabilization, 12MP ultrawide camera and 5MP macro camera. In shooting mode we have available 4K / 30FPS resolution, respectively a combination of OIS and EIS stabilization, for results at the level of a true flagship.
The list of features is completed with Wi-Fi 5, Bluetooth 5.0 and NFC support. The 4500 mAh battery will support up to 25W fast charging power, just like the A52 / A72 models.
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