Samsung Galaxy A72 with Penta Camera Setup Tipped for 2021 Launch

Ruben Fields
September 28, 2020

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For the first time ever, Samsung has a penta-camera setup on a phone. You'll recall that Samsung launched the Galaxy A71, the Galaxy A72's predecessor, in January this year. Let's deep dive into the details of the upcoming smartphone from Samsung.

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The report also suggests that the number of cameras on mid-range and flagship smartphones is set to increase from next year. If all goes according to plan with the rumored Galaxy A72, don't be surprised to see Samsung introduce a penta-camera setup with a major flagship - something we've actually seen already from other OEMs, including Huawei, HMD Global, and Xiaomi. For selfies, the Galaxy S10 boasts a 10MP camera at the front while the Galaxy S10 Plus features a dual 10MP + 8MP sensor at the front. For now, the hardware features of the phone reviews, have a triple rear camera fingerprint scanner and an infinity U display.

Samsung recently released its Galaxy S20 Fan Edition starting at $699. Our best guess is that the phone might come with AMOLED display, a Qualcomm or Exynos chipset along with premium design and long-lasting battery. We'll find out more about the FE push in the coming months, but for now, it's pretty clear that Samsung likes this approach and isn't willing to give up on it anytime soon.

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