The Samsung Galaxy A82 may be equipped with a 64-megapixel main rear camera sensor, according to a report. The smartphone, which is considered a successor to the Galaxy A80, says it could be the Sony IMX686 sensor and not Samsung’s ISOCELL GW1 sensor. There is no information if the smartphone will have the same pivot mechanism for its camera as the Galaxy A80. This development comes days after the alleged 5G version of the supposed smartphone was spotted on Bluetooth SIG and Geekbench websites.
Along with the camera information, the Galaxy Club report also claims that the rumored Galaxy A82 is apparently not intended for the European market, but Samsung’s home soil South Korea. In addition, the phone is said to have a QRNG (Quantum Random Number Generator) chip to increase data encryption on the device. It’s unclear if this will be an additional layer of security outside of the Samsung Knox system.
Additionally, there’s no telling whether the Galaxy A82 will have the same design as the Galaxy A80, which has a swivel mechanism in order to use the same set of cameras on the front and back.
Other information available on the internet has already given an idea of what to expect from the rumored smartphone. A Geekbench listing revealed that the purported Galaxy A82 5G carries the model number SM-A826S and will run Android 11.
The processor is shown to be codenamed “msmnile”, which was associated with the launched Snapdragon 855+ SoC. end of 2018. The SoC will be associated with 6 GB of RAM. The phone achieves a single-core score of 755 and a multi-core score of 2630 points on Geekbench. The Bluetooth SIG listing for a phone with the model number SM-826S, the same as found on Geekbench, showed support for Bluetooth v5.