Samsung introduced its first Galaxy A80 phone in early 2019 with a rotating camera.
But an updated version was not released in 2020, but the rumored phone turned out to be the Galaxy Note 10 Lite.
But now there are rumors that Samsung is working on a smartphone called Galaxy A82, which will be an updated version of the 2019 model.
It’s not clear if the new phone will have an A80-like rotating camera, but it is known that it will be a 5G phone.
Currently, such a design is only available in Osuz Zen phones.
This is one of the few limited options available to get a bezel-less display unless the camera’s in-display trend is normal.
In this design, the main camera is used for selfies, which makes it possible to get more standard images, and in this design, ultra wide-angle lens and LED flash are combined for free selfies.
It is also possible that this year, the Galaxy A82 will be replaced by the Galaxy Note 20 Lite.
Whatever form this phone may take, it may take some time before it is introduced.
The bezels in the Galaxy A80 are virtually non-existent as there is no selfie camera, while the larger 6.7-inch Super AMOLED screen comes with FHD Plus resolution.
In this phone, Samsung had given Octacore 730G processor with 8 GB RAM and 128 GB storage which cannot be increased as SD card is not supported.
It has a 3700 mAh battery and 3D glass design with a metal frame on the back.
The highlight of the phone was its 3-camera setup, in which for the first time Samsung provided a 48-megapixel primary camera with F2.0 aperture, while the second camera is equipped with an 8-megapixel Ultra Wide (123-degree) F2.2 aperture and the third There is a 3D depth camera.
This triple camera system works on both the back and front, which rotates up and down through the slider during selfies to take pictures from the front.