The Samsung Galaxy A80 is the premium offering of the A-series. Among the goodies introduced in this handset, the 48MP rotating camera is surely the most appealing feature of this handset. Since it uses a rotating mechanism, there’s no need for a selfie camera, leaving the gorgeous display without any interruption.
Despite the capabilities of this camera as a main rear camera, the sensor locks the focus at a certain distance when used for capturing selfies. To address this issue Samsung is rolling out a new update that introduces AutoFocus function for the Selfie camera mode.
Along with the new feature for selfie lovers, the update also introduces July 2019 security patch to the premium smartphone. Thus making it one of the few smartphones available patched with Google’s latest security bulletin.
The update bears the A805FXXU2ASG7 version number and weighs in at 400MB. Since it is rolling via OTA it may take several days to reach all eligible units of the A80. Of course, if you’re impatient you can try to force check the update via Settings >> Software Update Menu. There is also a third option via Samsung’s Smart Switch software. For more details, you can head over the source link.
The Galaxy A80 sits as the king of the Galaxy A-series, with Snapdragon 730 and a gorgeous 6.7-inch AMOLED display. There is also Android 9 Pie with OneUI and 3,700mAh running the show. While the handset reigns absolute over A-series its kingdom should soon be conquered by the unreleased Galaxy A90 which will reportedly come with a Snapdragon 855.