The Galaxy A80 is one of the most interesting models launched by Samsung in Spain in recent years. Launched in the summer of 2019, this mid-range stands out for its system of rotating cameras, which act as front and rear cameras. An innovative and risky device, but one that stood out from its competitors.
In this time Samsung has been renewing its range of Galaxy A with new generations, although this Galaxy A80 has not had a successor so far. This could change this year with the launch of the Galaxy A82 5G, a new smartphone of which only the name is known for now.
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The successor to the Galaxy A80 is underway
The Galaxy A80 was a device that made people talk from its presentation, due to its innovative design and your rotating camera system, whose operation was explained by Samsung itself. This system was presented as an alternative to the notch or perforation on the screen in the market, so it helped it to differentiate itself in the mid-range on Android.
In 2020 it was expected that Samsung would launch a successor to said smartphone, something that did not happen. It seems that it will finally be this year when the successor of this smartphone arrives, which would be launched under the name Galaxy A82 5G. Samsung will continue to bet on 5G within the range of the Galaxy A. Although so far nothing is known about this new smartphone.
Another question is if this new Galaxy A82 5G will keep the camera system motorized that we saw in the Galaxy A80. Until now Samsung has not used it in any of its phones, so it is questionable whether we are going to see this camera system in a new phone, although we have to wait for more to be known about this new smartphone.
If this model launches this year, it shouldn’t take too long to find out about it. So we can see what the brand has prepared in this new Galaxy A82 5G.
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