Samsung Galaxy A80 now official with rotating camera and notchless display
Those who were waiting for the Galaxy A90 can easily go with the Galaxy A80 because Samsung's first member of the Galaxy A lineup to be revealed today. At first sight, the Galaxy A80 is a big step forward for the South Korean tech giant, and will be more affordable than the yet-to-be-revealed Galaxy A90 that was also expected to drop today but failed to do so. With Samsung's first rotating camera design, this handset is targeting — according to its makers — "digital natives who want to interact, play and share in the moment."
Without further ado, these are the highlights of the Samsung Galaxy A80:
- Unspecified octa-core processor with two 2.2 GHz cores and six clocked at 1.8 GHz
- 6.7-inch Super AMOLED Infinity Display with 1,080 x 2,400 pixels
- 8 GB of memory
- 256 GB of internal storage, but no microSD slot
- Rotating camera assembly with 48 MP f/2.0 main sensor, 8 MP f/2.2 123-degree ultra-wide, and 3D depth sensor
- 3,700 mAh battery with 25 W Super Fast charging
- 3D glass design with a metal frame
- Android 9.0 Pie-based software
Available in Phantom Black, Ghost White, and Angel Gold, the Samsung Galaxy A80 also comes with full Bixby support, Samsung Pay, Samsung Health, and more. Availability details may vary by market, so you should check your local Samsung website for the launch date and price. Once you do that, do not hesitate to drop a comment below. Design-wise, this new Galaxy A handset looks like an attractive device for sure, so we only need to see where it stands in terms of value.