Samsung might be bringing the Galaxy A72 to the market very soon. The Galaxy A72 4G was recently spotted in a Google Play Console listing alongside the Galaxy Xcover 5, and since the latter model was officially introduced earlier today, there’s reason to suspect that the launch of the Galaxy A72 4G might also be following shortly.
The listing confirms a handful of specifications pertaining to the Galaxy A72 4G, such as the FHD+ display and the Qualcomm Snapdragon 720G chipset paired with an Adreno 618 graphics chip and 6GB of RAM. One final detail revealed by the listing was Android 11, so the Galaxy A72 is likely to be running One UI 3.1 at launch.
Although these details go by unmentioned in the listing, previous leaks indicate that the Galaxy A72 will also be available with 8GB of RAM, and built-in storage options will include 128GB and 256GB. Another important detail that hasn’t been acknowledged by Google but was confirmed to us by our sources is the high refresh rate display. The Galaxy A72 is expected to be one of Samsung’s few mid-range phones of 2021 to feature a 90Hz panel.
A render attached to the Play Console further confirms an Infinity-O display design with relatively thick bezels, and the side-mounted physical buttons. The back of the device is rumored to carry four sensors: a 64MP main camera, a 12MP ultra-wide sensor, an 8MP telephoto shooter, and a 2MP macro camera.