Samsung‘s latest smartphones, the Galaxy A80, have a rotating rear camera system that pops up the screen and turns into a front camera.
The new device, the company’s latest mid-range phone, does not have a built-in camera on the front, and instead, the front of the entire phone is dedicated to what the company calls a new version of its Infinity screen.
The device follows Samsung’s announcement of its first retractable phone, the Galaxy Fold, and its flagship Galaxy S10 + phone earlier this year.
Samsung said the Galaxy A80, to be put up for sale at the end of May, has a 6.7-inch Super AMOLED screen and will support “Super Fast” charging.
There is no information on the price of the smartphone, but Samsung hinted that the price will be about 649 euros when it was launched on May 29, according to a local newspaper.
The unique design of the Galaxy A80 and Camera can be the antidote to the high level of apathy among smartphone users.
Samsung has surpassed the limits so far this year with the launch of the Galaxy S10 and the Galaxy S10 5G, which has sought to counter the decline in sales of smartphones.
Despite the impressive technology involved in these devices, their sharp prices have not convinced a large number of consumers to give up their money as the industry continues to struggle with indifference to smartphones.
The company hopes its mid-class, high-quality equipment, which simply provides what people want and needs on a daily basis, “will be a viable alternative to its leading premium systems.”