Samsung has proclaimed 2019 as their year as we can see that the company does not stop revealing intriguing smartphones. The reason why the Samsung Galaxy A80 is so impressive is that the rear camera slides up and then rotates 180-degrees when you want to take a selfie and it works both as a rear-facing shooter and as a selfie camera.
Samsung Galaxy A80 to sport a rotating camera setup
Thanks to this, Samsung Galaxy A80 can fully use its display, without being interrupted by any hole punches or notches. This phone sports a triple camera setup, the main lens being a 48-megapixel f/2.0 camera, paired with a. f/2.2 aperture and a time of flight sensor and an ultrawide angle 8-megapixel shooter.
The display of the phone is a Super AMOLED one, and it measures 6.7 inches having a resolution of 1,080 x 2,400 pixels. In addition to that, the battery included is of 3,700mAh, and it has 25W fast charging along with 128GB of storage, 8GB of RAM and a fingerprint scanner you can find in the display.
Samsung Galaxy A80 to come out in May
The colors in which the device come are Ghost White, Angel Gold, and Phantom Black. Samsung will launch the Samsung Galaxy A80 on the 29th of May. A taller handset called the Galaxy A70 has also been announced by the South Korean company earlier this year, and on 26th of April, its launch will take place.
The Galaxy A70 is equipped with a display that measures 6.7 inches and has a 20:9 aspect ratio along with a waterdrop notch. In addition to that, a triple rear-facing shooter, n in-display fingerprint, a sensor measuring 32 megapixels, an ultrawide shooter measuring 8 megapixels and a depth sensor measuring 5 megapixels are all featured in the devices. The range of colors you will be able to choose from is made out of white, coral, black, and blue.
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