Samsung hosted a Live event earlier today to announce the launch of their brand new Galaxy A80 smartphone.
The Samsung Galaxy A80 kickstarts Samsung's new "era of live" and, in order to stay ahead of their competition, they've released their first smartphone device featuring a somewhat cool rotating camera.
The Samsung Galaxy A80 sports a rotating camera, a small mechanical gimmick that will pop out of the the top of the device every time the user switches between back and front camera when using the camera app. By default the device has the back camera as its main one, and it will only switch to the frontal one when Selfie Mode is selected via software.
Samsung Galaxy A80 main specifications and features: 6.7-inch FullHD 1080x2400 Super AMOLED Infinity Display, a 48MP triple camera and capable of rendering 3D depth, Rotating Camera that can be switched easily, an OctaCore Snapdragon CPU, Adreno 618 GPU, 8GB RAM, 128GB internal storage, USB Type-C, Bluetooth v5.0, a 3700 mAh battery and 25W Super Fast Charging capabilities.
The device measures 165.2 mm x 76.5mm x9.3 mm and it doesn't feature a headphone jack.
The Galaxy A80 comes with Android 9.0 Pie out-of-the-box, On-screen Fingerprint reader and it comes in Gold, White, and Black. Its design consists of 3D Glass and a Metal Frame, so it shouldn't feel cheap.
It only features 128GB internal storage, and no microSD support, but this was expected as the device doesn't go for premium budgets, even though its pricing is set at €650.
Samsung Galaxy A80 will be sold in Europe, Asia, Australia, New Zealand, the Middle East, and China starting with May 29, and as I've said above, it will require us to pay an important sum of money in order to own the Galaxy A80 this year. Tell us in comments what you think about this new Samsung device.