Currently, the smartphone makers are doing their best to come in with genuine full-screen smartphones. But there are a few problems they should solve out. Honestly, some of them still remain unsolved. Say, still, no smartphone manufacturer can put the camera lens under the screen. To solve this problem somehow, the top smartphone brands have brought several approaches – the pop-up front camera design of VIVO, the sliding screen structure of Xiaomi, Lenovo, and OPPO, the punch-hole screen of Samsung, etc. Today, the latter introduced the Samsung Galaxy A80 smartphone, which combines some of the aforementioned technologies and adds something new.
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The Samsung Galaxy A80 is equipped with a 6.7-inch Super AMOLED screen with a resolution of 2400×1080. It has no bangs or drop-shaped openings and supports screen fingerprints. Apart from this, it features a built-in Snapdragon 730 processor (8nm 2.2GHz, Adreno 618), an 8GB RAM, a 128GB ROM, a 3700mAh battery (25W fast charge), pre-installed OneUI system based on Android 9 Pie, Samsung Pay, Bixby support and so on.
All these features sound good but its biggest highlight is the camera. The phone adopts a liftable rotatable three-camera (front and rear cameras are combined into one). The main lens has a 48MP resolution, an f/2.0 aperture. The secondary camera has an 8MP resolution, a 123° super wide-angle. And the third one is a ToF lens. When the user needs to take a selfie, the pop-up structure rises, and the rear camera flips 180 degrees to the front.
According to Samsung, the machine is equipped with a recording mode that reduces video jitter, and the AI Scene Optimizer can enhance up to 30 scenes. Samsung also said that the Galaxy A80 supports ‘smart battery’, which can adapt to daily work and improve battery life.
The Samsung Galaxy A80 is available in black, gold, and white. And it has dimensions of 165.2 x 76.5 x 9.3 mm.
The Samsung Galaxy A80 is priced at 649 euros and will be available for sale on May 29.