Samsung Galaxy A82 5G pops up on Geekbench with Snapdragon 855+

03 March 2021
Almost a three-year-old chipset revived.

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  • Anonymous

Namelesss, 03 Mar 2021Let's see how much it'll cost, if they'll tr... moreif the a52 5g will cost at least 500 dollars, then you have the a72 with its 2 versions, then do not expect this to be any less than 6/700 dollars

  • Anonymous

Wereweeb, 04 Mar 2021The SD 855+ still is a great chipset for a mid-range gaming... morenot that great when you have sd870 phones launching for far cheaper than this will ever be

  • Anonymous

other companies put the 870 in their upper midrange phones
and here you have samsung putting old processors just because they like to sc!m consumers

Add a bigger battery this time. Wide, ultra wide and telephoto cams. Retain the 6.7 inch screen

  • Anonymous

I wonder what the battery capacity will be, the original A80 from what I remember wasn't that good

  • Anonymous

Wereweeb, 04 Mar 2021The SD 855+ still is a great chipset for a mid-range gaming... moreits a niche phone not supposed to compete with those budget kings lol

  • Anonymous

Stupid,,, going backwards,,, forget it.

Ironically, this chipset is still far better than the Exynos 990. I just hope they price this competitively (I expected less than S20 FE 4G if possible)

The lone phone thats no proper midranger, no proper flagship. Maybe somewhere in Premium midranger segment

  • Anonymous

Battery eater... since 855+ doesn't have integrated 5G modem.
It should have remained 4G phone and save space for other things.

  • MrDong

Wereweeb, 04 Mar 2021The SD 855+ still is a great chipset for a mid-range gaming... moreDon't forget Samsung offers better build and OS quality than Xiaomi, so I think the A82 will be competitive. Though the A80 was overpriced, maybe because the camera popup module was really complex. This is comparable to the Zenfone as well (not the Pro version)

  • Wereweeb

The SD 855+ still is a great chipset for a mid-range gaming smartphone, considering it has ~double the GPU performance of any 700 series chipset. But I doubt this phone will be competitive with the Redmi K40/Poco F3 in terms of value for money.

  • Keke

This will be 500-600$ probably.

  • Woohoo

Anonymous, 04 Mar 2021Sd 855+ is not launched in 2018, but 2019. Announced at the... moreExactly, I was about to mention the same.
Maybe it has the vanilla non-plus 855, but still it'd be just a little over 2 years old then.
Even GSMA's article about the 855+ unveiling is from July '19, which makes it more like a year and a half old, lol.

  • Anonymous

Late 2019, not 2018

  • Anonymous

Sd 855+ is not launched in 2018, but 2019. Announced at the very end of 2018, launched in the first quarter of 2019 as sources say. That makes the chipset two years old. Almost three years is not even close with the end of 2018. Smh

  • Anonymous

Demongornot, 03 Mar 2021Considering the pop up, even the rotating one, cost less th... moreNowdays punch hole screens are cheaper, there is a reason why even the cheapest phones have them (sadly, I hate notches and punch holes)

Namelesss, 03 Mar 2021Let's see how much it'll cost, if they'll tr... moreConsidering the pop up, even the rotating one, cost less than a punch hole, it would be a huge d**k move from them to add a premium cost because of this.

  • Anonymous

Lol.. samsung just moving old stock of sd 855+ ....but it still great choice as long as the they put a reasonable price on this.

  • Anonymous

why not