Do not ever let anybody tell you smartphone layout is boring. We’ve seen businesses come up with a variety of options to hide the front-facing camera”notch,” from a motorized pop-up section to a fully old-school slider telephone, but the latest implementation from Samsung is probably the most complicated. The company created a device using a motorized, pop up, swivel camera.
Regardless of the trick camera setup, this gadget is positioned firmly behind Samsung’s flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S10. The screen is an immense 6.7-inches, but the resolution is just 2400×1080. This gives it a DPI of 393, which pales in comparison to this 526 DPI of this Galaxy S10. Samsung is using the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 730 chipset, an eight-core chip built on an 8nm process. Because it only launched yesterday, we don’t have severe benchmarks for comparison, however the 730 and 730G (that’s a gaming-focused variant) slot in following the 845 as Qualcomm’s second-fastest cellular SoC.
The mid sized Galaxy A80 is an all-screen cellphone with an Oppo FInd X style motorized pop-up section. Samsung is one-upping its rival as it climbs using a camera that swivels around, so the rear camera can double as camera. There’s a lot going on with this camera section there is an 8MP lens a 48MP detector, and 3D equipment.