Samsung is working on Galaxy A82 5G – new slide out camera phone?

Samsung will present its Galaxy A82 later this year. The device will be the successor to the Galaxy A80, which was especially notable for the rotating camera module. There was once a lot of fuss around slide-out cameras as a solution to the ever-thinning bezels of smartphones.

In 2019, Samsung launched the Galaxy A80, in a time of notches and hole-punch front cameras. That device has an extendable rotating camera but did not receive a successor in 2020.

This year this seems to be going to happen. Information that reached us shows that Samsung is working on the Galaxy A82. The device neatly joins the list of the new Samsung phones in the A-series. The Galaxy A12 and Galaxy A32 have already been launched – the Galaxy A52 and Galaxy A72 will follow soon.

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We don’t know much about the Galaxy A82, except that this will also be a 5G phone. In fact, we cannot even say with certainty at the moment whether the device has an extendable camera. Finally, the device that was once developed as the A81 eventually came on the market as the Note 10 Lite. And although it is easy to guess that the device will have model number SM-A826B, we cannot confirm this yet.

That does not alter the fact that it is interesting to see how Samsung puts the Galaxy A82 between the Galaxy A72 and the – still relatively affordable – Galaxy S2 1 on the market. Or to be more precise: with which distinctive features.


At the moment, the development of the Galaxy A82 seems to be at a fairly early stage. We would not be surprised if the device will only see the light of day in or after the summer. But as already said: before then, many other phones will be on the market – from the aforementioned A52 to the Galaxy S21 Ultra launched last week, and everything in between. Includes a Galaxy Z Fold 3 and/or Z Flip 3.

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