Samsung unveiled its newest slate of mid-range phones, the Galaxy A80. The A series is a proving ground for new features which could trickle up. Galaxy A80 comes with a rear-to-front flipping triple camera and preserve a nearly perfect full display. The camera suite packs a 48-megapixel primary camera with an f/2.0 aperture and a second 8-megapixel camera with an f/2.2 aperture, and a 3D depth sensor. Aside from its astonishing camera, other specifications are normal, without surprise. 3700mAh battery, 25W Super Fast charging, Android 9.0 Pie, and no wireless charging.
Does Samsung Galaxy A80 support dual SIM?
Good news is that Samsung Galaxy A80 support dual SIM. You can install two Nano-SIM cards in it. But the dual SIM version will not be launched in all countries. In case you buy a single-SIM version, check it first from the seller before you place an order.
Does Samsung Galaxy A80 have a MicroSD slot?
Samsung Galaxy A80 features 8GB RAM along with 128GB built-in storage. And no way to get extra storage by inserting a MicroSD card. Not like Galaxy Note 9 and Galaxy S10, A80 doesn’t have a Hybrid SIM slot, which enables you to install two Nano-SIM cards, or one Nano SIM and one Micro SD card (up to 512GB). Promoted as a phone for shooting live video, I’m afraid that 128GB storage can’t satisfy the need of a vlogger.
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