Samsung Galaxy A40 in for review

Samsung Galaxy A40 in for review

A few manufacturers have already produced phones with a similar mechanical design but the Korean firm is taking things a step further by allowing the rear triple camera to also take selfies.

As we mentioned above, the camera rotates so rather than having a separate selfie camera as smartphones traditionally have done for years, the A80 has the same camera specifications for the front and rear because it's the same camera. The headline A80 features an nearly bezel-less display with a rotating rear camera that can also be used for selfies, while the A70 sports a boring-by-comparison waterdrop notch.

Design: The A-80 stands apart from the rest of the A series because if its camera system and notch less display.

Samsung has revealed that it is scrapping its Galaxy J Series lineup, effectively making the Galaxy A series the new front-runner for its mid-range market segment. Thanks to the sliding and rotating camera setup, there is no notch or any other distraction on the front of the phone. But I have changed my strategy from this year to bring technology and differentiation points starting from the mid-end'. The device is powered by a 4,500mAh battery with 25W Super FastCharging capabilities and comes with an in-display fingerprint scanner along with face unlock.

The Galaxy A80 is available in three colour finishes: Angel Gold, Ghost White and Phantom Black. In a unusual omission for Samsung, the A80 doesn't support microSD for storage expansion so 128GB is all you'll get in terms of storage capacity. The phone ditches a 3.5 mm headset jack and instead uses a Type-C USB port.

"Consumers are at the centre of everything we do and they search for devices personalised to their specific lifestyle". "The Galaxy A Series provides a range of models so everyone can choose a device that fits their unique needs and enables them to pursue their passions".

There's no word on United Kingdom price just yet with Samsung only revealing that it will cost around €649 when it arrives on May 29th. Samsung Galaxy A70 India launch and price The Samsung Galaxy A70 is all set to be launched in India very soon, most likely this month itself. Just so we're clear, I like the look of this phone, and while I could live without the, "Designed for digital natives who want to interact, play and share in the moment", I still it looks intriguing.

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