In 2019, Samsung introduced the Galaxy A80, which featured a special flip-up camera that provided a full-screen experience and high-quality selfies.
We never got a true successor as time went by, but we’ve seen some stories on the Galaxy A82 in the last few months, and now we have on Google Play Console page revealing its supposed appearance and main specifications.
The smartphone has the model number a82xq and is codenamed Galaxy A Quantum 2. On the screen, there is a centered punch hole cutout, as seen in the attached image.
As we where saying on the Galaxy A Quantum 2 naming, the Quantum A – a rebranded Galaxy A71 5G with quantum encryption – was Samsung’s first Quantum series phone in South Korea last year. This time around, the Quantum 2 seems to be getting a similar rebranding, focusing on the Galaxy A72 5G with a few enhancements.
The phone runs Android 11 and has a Snapdragon 855+ processor with 6GB RAM, according to the rest of the specifications in the page. With a DPI of 450, the display resolution is 1080 x 2400 pixels. The main camera on the phone is expected to be Sony’s 64MP IMX686 sensor.