Last year in April, Samsun introduced the Galaxy A80 smartphone in Thailand, launched the handset in India in July. The company is now working on the successor to the device, which is expected to launch as the Samsung Galaxy A81. While the South Korean tech giant hasn’t yet confirmed the existence of the Galaxy A81, the phone’s purported protective case was briefly listed on the e-commerce portal eBay. If the images are to be believed, the Galaxy A81 will flaunt a square camera module on the back, instead of a rotating camera setup found on its predecessor.
Samsung Galaxy A81 renders
The protective case image of the alleged Samsung Galaxy A81 suggests that the phone will come with a quad primary camera setup at the rear. It will be placed on the top-left corner in a square module. The predecessor of the device has a rotating triple camera module. A fingerprint sensor is not present at the rear of the purported Galaxy A81, so it’s likely to be placed under the screen of the handset. The case images also show off the front of the device. It shows that the phone will have a hole in the middle of the screen on top to house the selfie camera. Notably, the Galaxy A80 arrived with a full-screen design without any notch and minimal bezels.
Furthermore, the Samsung Galaxy A81’s case images suggest that the handset’s power button and volume rocker will be placed on the right edge. At the bottom, the case appears to have a cutout for the 3.5mm headphone socket and a hole in the middle for the charging port. There’s also a wide cutout at the bottom, which reports suggest could be used to house a stylus. However, it is only a speculation at the moment, so take this information with a pinch of salt. Notably, the eBay listing suggested that the same case will also be compatible with the yet to be announced Galaxy M60s. There’s a possibility that the Galaxy A81 will be sold as the Galaxy M60s in some markets.
Unfortunately, there aren’t many details available about the Galaxy A81 at the moment. However, since the device has already been certified by a few regulatory authorities, we can expect it to be officially launched in the near future.