Samsung’s Galaxy A72 is highly anticipated. It should offer, like the A71, a high-end experience at an affordable price. Today, the molds for its hulls confirm its design, a few days after the leak of the first renderings.
The Galaxy A71 will have the right to a successor, which will logically be called the Galaxy A72. If the phone has already leaked a lot on the net, it is today a new data that confirms its design. Indeed, it is a mold intended for the manufacture of the shells that we gives an overview of the phone body.
This mold gives us a good overview of its design. We see the camera module that comes very close of what is already done on the A71 or the Galaxy S20. There are five sensors here. According to previous leaks, the terminal should carry a 64-megapixel main sensor, a 12-megapixel wide-angle sensor as well as two additional 5-megapixel sensors.
We also see on the shell the presence of the physical buttons on the right edge, which is not a surprise, as well as the USB Type-C port and the Jack 3.5 port on the lower edge. A design that goes straight to the point and which focuses above all on sobriety. We already had the right to 3D renderings giving us a good idea of its look a few days ago.
An attractive Galaxy on paper
The smartphone is expected to be equipped with a 6.7-inch AMOLED display as well as a Qualcomm Snapdragon 720G processor supported by 8 GB of RAM. It will likely be marketed in four colors: white, blue, black and purple. We note the absence of a fingerprint sensor, which suggests that it is placed under the screen.
Read also – Samsung Galaxy A71 test: it has (almost) everything of a great
The launch date should be set around March. The smartphone would be sold in two versions. The first would only have 5G and would cost between 450 and 500 euros. The second would be 5G and sold a little more expensive: between 550 and 600 euros.
A highly anticipated smartphone, given that it offers a high-end experience at a more reasonable price than the Galaxy S range. All these details remain to be confirmed. Samsung should communicate about it in the coming weeks, if all goes well.