Samsung never ceases to amaze us, as it releases smartphones at a staggering pace. Although the Galaxy S20 and Note 20 lineups are the flagships of the South Korean giant for 2020, we should also give some attention to the Galaxy A72 model.
Samsung’s first smartphone packed with a penta-camera setup is on its way to the market – namely Galaxy A72, it releases during the first half of 2021. Let’s see what this little tech beauty can do, according to specs revealed by GSMArena:
Large Super-AMOLED display
Don’t expect to get bored with the display features of Samsung Galaxy A72. The phone packs a huge 6.7 inches Super-AMOLED display with a resolution of 1080×2,400 pixels. The screen will make a great pair with the Android 10 and One UI 2.5 that the gadget packs out of the box.
The hardware specifications are giving us the idea of a flagship, although there’s no info available for the chipset yet. Galaxy A72 comes in two versions of RAM: 6 and 8 GB. There’s only one storage version of 128GB, and we must admit that the device could have done better in this area. However, there’s also the possibility of adding a microSDXC memory card.
The main camera setup takes the cake
For the first time ever, Samsung has a penta-camera setup on a phone. Galaxy A72 has five powerful lenses mounted on the rear: a 64MP wide module, a telephoto snapper of 8MP, an ultrawide sensor of 12 MP, and two other 5MP lenses for depth and macro. Like any high-end 2020 phone, Samsung Galaxy A72 has 4K video recording capabilities for its main camera.
The selfie camera features a single lens, but it will be enough if you plan to capture wide photos up to 32MP and videos in Full HD format.
There’s also no price available yet for Samsung Galaxy A72, but we’ll be keeping an eye on upcoming leaks.
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