Galaxy A80 will launch in India soon with prices under Rs 50,000
14 April, 2019, 20:28
Other intelligent camera features such as Scene Optimizer that can recognize and enhance up to 30 scenes, and there is also Flaw Detection that automatically identifies glitches before you click.
It was followed up by the Oppo N3 in 2014, which also had a spinning camera - a smart solution to the whole "we want a good camera on both sides but for the phone not to cost very much" issue we're still facing today, although now it's more "we want three good cameras on each side".
Samsung has announced the Galaxy A80. To get those specs on a phone without the rotating function, you would of course need six cameras.
The phone comes with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of onboard storage with no expandable support via microSD.
Fortified by Samsung Knox, Samsung's defense-grade security platform created to protect from chipset to software, people can enjoy the freedom of connection safely on Galaxy A80.
Also, from now on there won't be anymore Galaxy J models, which might mean that Samsung won't be releasing any low-end models anymore. Recently, the company revealed that it is in plans to launch new Galaxy A series devices every month in 2019 and this microsite listing reaffirms the same.
In a recent development, Samsung India has hosted a microsite listing for the Galaxy A70 hinting that its India launch is imminent.
The device runs Android 9.0 Pie operating system-based One UI and has a fingerprint sensor at the back.
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.
Galaxy A80's Dolby Atmos lets you lose yourself in the sound with a 360-degree audience experience when using earphones or Bluetooth speakers.
The main 13MP camera has an aperture of f/1.9, while the 5MP sensor is the ultra-wide with F2.2 aperture. This device features a pop-up, rotating camera mode that houses the primary and secondary cameras. After our share of smartphones with various notch designs, it's been a race to see who can successfully hide the front facing cameras.