According to reports, Samsung Galaxy A82 5G is in the works. In 2019, Samsung with its unique and rotating camera launched Galaxy A80. This single unit camera worked as both front and rear-facing cameras. It was an innovative and exciting approach to a smartphone design. However, the company dropped the idea of a successor in 2020, for unknown reasons. On the other hand, reports of one such successor are rife online these days. It is in works with model number SM-A826B, according to a report from GalaxyClub. However, it is not clear whether Samsung Galaxy A82 5G will adopt the same design language as the Samsung Galaxy A80.
Samsung Galaxy A82 in the works?
One should also remember the smartphone that initially believed to be the Samsung Galaxy A81 last year eventually launched as the Galaxy Note 10 Lite. So there’s this question mark that will continue hanging over the phone till it becomes a reality. However, it looks like Samsung Galaxy A82 is going to come.
After the Samsung Galaxy A32 5G that launched in Germany last week, the South Korean giant may debut other A-series phones such as the Galaxy A52 and Galaxy A72 5G. The Samsung Galaxy A82, if it indeed launches, will position at the top of the A-series lineup.
On the other hand, Samsung Galaxy Book Pro 360 and Galaxy Book Pro are in the works. Because both the laptops have received Bluetooth SIG certification. Whereas the former model will have a 5G option, the latter will stick to just 4G LTE only. Both the machines have Bluetooth 5.1 connectivity. These could arrive with Samsung’s latest OLED screens. More details regarding the Samsung Galaxy Book Pro 360 and Galaxy Book Pro are awaiting at the moment.
However, at the same no information on Samsung Galaxy A82 is in confirmation by the company.
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