The Galaxy A72 is Samsung’s upcoming premium mid-range smartphone, and it is expected to be unveiled alongside the Galaxy A52 in the coming weeks. The smartphone’s design was leaked yesterday, thanks to the company’s press renders. A new leak now sheds some light on the Galaxy A72’s camera setup and specifications.
Our friends at GalaxyClub have managed to dig out some information about the Galaxy A72’s quad-camera setup. According to the new leak, the Galaxy A72 features a 64MP primary camera, similar to the Galaxy A52. However, there’s no clarity on whether Samsung will offer OIS on this camera, something that was previously rumored. The phone also features a 12MP ultrawide camera, again, similar to the Galaxy A52. The remaining two cameras include a 5MP depth sensor and a 5MP macro camera.
There is still no information on the Galaxy A72’s front-facing camera or its video recording capabilities. The Galaxy A51 and the Galaxy A71 supported up to 4K 30fps video recording, and we would love to see Samsung increasing the frame rate to 60fps. There are still a few weeks left before the launch of next-generation Galaxy A series smartphones, and we will definitely get a clearer picture by then. The Galaxy A72 has a 6.7-inch screen, and it will be launched in both 4G and 5G variants.