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Samsung Galaxy A80: First Camera Samples

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How good are the new pop-up rotating cameras of the Samsung Galaxy A80? Check out our straight from camera samples with Bright Night mode!
Samsung Galaxy A80: First Camera Samples
The pop-up rotating camera from the A80

The rotating triple camera set-up of the A80 is made up of a 48MP f/2.0 main camera, a 8MP f/2.2 ultra wide-angle camera, and a 3D depth sensor with an LED flash.

The camera app is similar to the A70 which is based on the new One UI camera app. It features modes like Photo, Video, Live Focus, Panorama, Slow Motion, Super Slow Motion, Hyperlapse and Bright Night (or Night sight/Night Mode).
The new Live Focus video mode
The new Live Focus video mode

Live Focus and Live Focus Video modes features up to 7 levels of blur while the Pro mode is still basic with only options to change ISO (up to 800), White Balance and exposure compensation.

Disclaimer: The A80 we used is a pre-production model so images may not represent the final results. In the experience area after the launch event, we got to try an A80 with better results than what we got with the model we got to use. So let's reserve final judgement when we get a retail unit.

Let's take a look at the first few images!

Camera Samples

Daylight standard camera
Daylight standard camera 
Daylight ultra-wide camera
Daylight ultra-wide camera 
Daylight standard camera
Daylight standard camera 
Daylight ultra-wide camera
Daylight ultra-wide camera
Daylight close-up
Daylight close-up
Indoor standard lens
Indoor standard lens
Indoor ultra-wide camera
Indoor ultra-wide camera
Low light standard camera
Low light standard camera 
low light ultra-wide camera
Low light ultra-wide camera
Daylight selfie
Daylight selfie
Indoor selfie
Indoor selfie
Indoor selfie
Low light selfie

Quick thoughts

Straight from camera images show us that the A80 can take stunning daylight and indoor shots. Color, sharpness and contrast is very good especially when using the main 48MP camera. There is a noticeable loss of detail when using the ultra-wide camera though it is understandable comparing the 48MP sensor to the 8MP ultra-wide.

In low light is where the pre-production A80 we got to use struggled. The low light images of the 48MP standard camera is decent with okay sharpness and color. The ultra-wide camera however struggled significantly. The images are dark and theres very little detail because of the noise reduction.

We hope that Samsung is able to address this before the A80 hits the market.

What do you guys think? Will you be getting one?
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