The Samsung Galaxy A82 is one of the next cheap phones we’re expecting from Samsung, and a series of leaks has us excited for this upcoming device.
Firstly Samsung itself as spotted by Android Central, listed the Galaxy A82 on the support part of its website. At the time of writing, you can find mention of the A82 on the security updates list for ‘quarterly security updates’.
So why would Samsung list the phone? Well, it seems likely that the company jumped the gun with updating its website – but this implies the new cheap phone could launch very soon.
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