Samsung has finally announced a few devices today. After a month of wait, Samsung introduces to you the Galaxy A70 and Galaxy A80. Both of these devices are going to be retailing beside the Samsung Galaxy A30 and A50, two devices they had announced around MWC 2019 earlier this year.
Samsung had already announced the Samsung Galaxy A70 last month. However, the new addition making its way to the A-series family is dubbed as the Samsung Galaxy A80, a device that may be polarizing to many for its unique design that once Oppo used to tout.
The new Samsung Galaxy A80 comes with a decent spec sheet. The Samsung Galaxy A80 comes with a 6.7-inch FHD Super AMOLED display, 8GB of RAM, 128GB of internal storage, a 3700mAh battery, an under-display fingerprint sensor and an unknown SoC that would most likely be the Snapdragon 660/670. Furthermore, the device comes with Samsung’s in house apps and features. We’re talking about Samsung Pay, NFC, Samsung Health, 25w fast-charging, and a whole lot more.
However, aside from that, what makes the Samsung Galaxy A80 polarizing has to be its unique camera setup. The new Samsung Galaxy A80 now features an all display design, lacking any form of notches or bezels up front. With the Samsung Galaxy A80, you simply use the back cameras on the device up front for your selfies. Essentially, the camera set up on the Samsung Galaxy A80 can be rotated either way based on your preference.
With the Galaxy A80 again, we’re looking a duo at the back off the device, featuring a 48MP main shooter as well as an 8MP ultra-wide shooter at the back of the device. And in typical Samsung fashion, the Samsung Galaxy A80 features a ton of Samsung’s camera tweaks and intelligent features.
The Samsung Galaxy A80 is said to come in three colors, that is, in Pink, Frost White and Black. Regarding pricing, Samsung remained vague. However, we would be updating this article as soon as possible once we get those details in our possession. However, if we were to predict the release dates of these devices, we’d say that these devices would be landing on the international, or may I say, the Asian market within the next month given how long Samsung launching and teasing these devices.