Samsung continues to push its mid-range smartphones in the A Series and one of them, the Galaxy A82 is said to be closer to being announced as the company is said to have registered the product name already.
The device appeared on Geekbench’s database just this past week and from there, we saw the processing capacity of the device as well as the operating system it will be released with.
Even though there is no official date about when the Galaxy A82 will be announced, the fact that the device recently got a Bluetooth certification might hint the closeness of the launch date.
The Galaxy A82 is expected to come with support for 5G network as the device was found on the Bluetooth SIG’s database with the model number SM-A826S.
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Speaking of Bluetooth certification, the device is expected to sport the latest Bluetooth 5.0 technology with Low Energy (LE) compatibility.
As for the certification, nothing much was said about the device but there are hints that Samsung could release the device in a matter of weeks. The phone will come equipped with the Snapdragon 855+ processor, which is a 2-year-old flagship processor from Qualcomm which has moved its high-end chipset to the Snapdragon 888. It will also come with Android 11 out of the box.
There will also be a 4G LTE variant of the Galaxy A82 according to reports and would sport a high-refresh super AMOLED display with a quad camera setup at the back of the device.
Being a newer device, its camera hardware might be slightly upgraded from the previous model but one thing for sure is that the device’s image processing capabilities will be well refined with the new Android 11 coming with the device which is a good thing.
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