The Samsung may be working on a successor to the Galaxy A80, a device that surprised when he arrived with a rotating camera as a solution to larger screen use. Now, a successor to this phone may be in development, according to the latest rumors. The Galaxy A82, as expected, may have appeared with the serial number SM-A826B, but it is still not certain whether it refers to the model in question. Still, according to rumors, the device would be compatible with 5G networks.
Another point worth commenting on, the A81 model was expected, but it seems to have given way to the Galaxy Note 10 Lite. Regarding the next device, it is worth mentioning that these are still the first rumors, we will have to wait the next few months to see if the information is confirmed, but Samsung’s solution for screen and camera is welcome.
This ends up being a really interesting design for cell phones, because it leaves the screen free of the selfie camera, with more use of the front. It also ensures that selfies and back photos are of the same quality. We saw Asus implement a system with the same principle in Asus Zenfone 7, an intelligent solution for an increasingly strong trend in the smartphone market.
The Galaxy A80 emerged in the context of the notch, adopted by Apple and followed widely by Android system companies shortly thereafter. Since then, we have seen the selfie camera appear in a hole in the screen, cell phones with a slider system and soon we should see a more definitive solution for this: camera under screen.
It is worth remembering that we already have a cell phone with this type of applied technology on the market, the ZTE Axon 20 5G, the first cell phone with a camera under the screen, has a 6.92 “Full HD and 90Hz refresh rate. With so much free screen to browse, watch movies and games, the implementation of the camera under the display has a good chance of being present in popular smartphones in the coming years.
Source: Galaxy Club