Samsung Galaxy A80 Comes With a Unique Rotating Camera Module

Samsung officially unveils the Galaxy A80

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Samsung recently launched the Galaxy A70 smartphone as a part of its newly revamped Galaxy A-series, which has replaced the Galaxy J lineup.

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". The device comes to the market with decent specifications and also brings a new camera and display design concept.

The device comes with a full view display with no notch at all.

Six years on from the N1, Samsung has concluded that Oppo was onto something, and made its own spinning camera phone: the Galaxy A80. In other words, the future Galaxy S smartphone, presumably the Galaxy S11, could have an all-screen display.

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The A80, which will go on sale at the end of May, has a 6.7-inch Super Amoled display and will support "super-fast" charging, Samsung said.

The A70 sports a 6.7-inch 1080p Super AMOLED screen, with a teardrop notch. It runs on Android Pie based on One UI out-of-the-box. Under the hood, the phone is powered by the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G processor which is an octa-core CPU. The smartphone will be available in two RAM variants- 6GB and 8GB- with 128GB internal storage.

It has a triple camera setup on the back which consists of a primary 32MP camera with an f/1.7 aperture along with an 8MP ultra-wide snapper and a 5MP depth sensor. On the front there is a 32MP, f/2.2 camera for selfies. The rotating mechanism is quite unusual but it was already featured by Oppo back in 2013. There's an in-display fingerprint scanner on the front which works with Samsung Pass and lets you sign in to apps with just your fingerprint. Because of that, it's nearly too easy to forget that it also announced other members of the Galaxy A series, including the smaller Galaxy A20e and the Galaxy A40. Unfortunately, none of the cameras, including the 3D Depth sensor, will be capable of using 3D facial recognition but there will be a built in fingerprint sensor. The manufacturer also notes that the Galaxy A80 has a "tough" construction in glass and metal, and the slider is the highlight feature of this device.

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