Samsung unveiled new Galaxy A80 and A70 models with enhanced space for video – Equipment

Samsung unveiled new Galaxy A80 and A70 models with enhanced space for video - Equipment



Samsung today unveiled the two new models in its mid-range Galaxy A. The CEO of Korean company DJ Koh confirmed rumors that the Samsung Galaxy A80 and A70 would be unveiled in the event. DJ Koh said at the event that "we live in the age of live video" and that for that reason the new smartphones will have "a camera capable of seeing more, bigger and brighter screens and a battery that can last all day."

The Galaxy A80 is the first in the series with frameless design, with the screen occupying virtually the entire surface. The so-called Infinity Display allows for multi-tasking, since it is possible to have two apps on the screen at the same time. The fingerprint scanner is also on the screen itself, much like the Galaxy S10.

The new model features a triple rear camera with 3D depth and ultra-wide sensors that can reach 123 degrees. The camera has a rotating mechanism, which causes the selfies to be taken with the same triple camera regardless of the position of the mobile phone.

Another novelty presented in this model is its smart battery, which adapts the power to the use given to it, thus optimizing its longevity. The launch of Samsung Galaxy A80 is scheduled for next May 29.

The Galaxy A70, on the other hand, comes equipped with the Infinity-U screen (similar to the A80 but with a small slot) and the Super AMOLED panel for more vibrant colors. It also has a triple camera and the battery has 4.500mAh, supporting super-fast charging of 25W.

It will be available from April 26 in black, blue, white and pink. However, the prices of both the Galaxy A70 and Galaxy A80 have not yet been revealed.

Samsung also announced the end of the J series, which is now integrated into the A series. In that sense, it has launched the Galaxy A20e and A40 models, which will be the lowest in the range.

The first two models of the A series, the A30 and the A50, had already been unveiled last February at the Mobile World Congress. Already in March, the first images of the Samsung Galaxy A60 and A70 appeared online, after which the Korean manufacturer officially confirmed the launch of the A70. Now has been put an end to all speculation, with the official presentation of Samsung Galaxy A70 and A80.



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