The Samsung Galaxy A72’s rear camera setup will reportedly include a 64MP primary camera, sitting alongside a 12MP ultra-wide angle lens. There will also be a 5MP macro camera and a 5MP depth sensor for portrait photography. Lastly, the device will also feature an optically-stabilised 8MP telephoto camera that will deliver 3x optical zoom output. Samsung has so far reserved telephoto cameras with high optical zoom capability exclusive to its flagships, so it would be refreshing to see the company making a change with the Galaxy A72.
Over at the front, the Galaxy A72 is said to flaunt a 32MP selfie snapper. Samsung will reportedly launch the Galaxy A72 in the first half of 2021. However, it is unclear if these are the upgraded imaging sensors with smaller 0.7μm pixels that Samsung announced earlier this month, or if they are older sensors fitted inside Samsung smartphones already available in the market. As for the Galaxy A52, it will feature a quad camera setup at the back, just like its predecessor. Even though details about the Galaxy A52’s camera hardware are scarce at the moment, Samsung will likely upgrade the sensors to make it a more competitive offering.