On April 10, the Samsung Galaxy A80 was officially presented. At the presentation, however, the manufacturer withheld important information: How much does the new mid-range smartphone cost? Now the company should have betrayed the price and the release date of the Galaxy A80 – and it has obviously in itself.
The Samsung Galaxy A80 should cost a whopping 649 euros in Germany. The manufacturer has confirmed that, according to SamMobile. This would make it the most expensive mid-range smartphone of the Koreans, followed by a considerable distance, the Galaxy A9 (2018) for 459 euros.
From 29 May this year, the Galaxy A80 is on the shelves. It will be available in the colors “Angel Gold” (Gold), “Ghost White” (Silver) and “Phantom Black” (Black).
Galaxy A80 scratched the upper class
Anyone looking for a new smartphone and opting for a Samsung device is faced with a difficult decision: The Galaxy A80 offers impressive features for a mid-range smartphone. But already for 100 euros more allows you the manufacturer already the entry into the upper class. The Samsung Galaxy S10e costs 749 euros – and should be clearly superior to the Galaxy A80 in terms of performance. If it gives your budget, you are probably better advised with the top smartphone.
But: The Galaxy A80 is the top model of the new mid-range series. Special feature is the new triple camera, which can rotate 180 degrees to shoot selfies. If you can do without it or if you prefer a smartphone with basic functions, you should keep an eye on the other models of the A-series – they are much cheaper.
Samsung has now also revealed the prices for some of the new mid-range models on its official website: The Samsung Galaxy A40 is available for 249 euros in blue, black, coral and white. In the same colors you get the Samsung Galaxy A50 for 349 euros. Then comes the Samsung Galaxy A70, for which you have to lie down 399 euros.
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