Samsung Galaxy A80 visits AnTuTu, shows what the Snapdragon 730 is capable of

Michail, 11 April 2019

In addition to bringing the swiveling/rotating camera design, the Samsung Galaxy A80 is also the first device to feature the Snapdragon 730. The newest member of the A series made its way on AnTuTu to show what the new internals are capable of.

With its Snapdragon 730 and Adreno 618 combo, the device managed to push out a score of 207,082 which is comparable to the Snapdragon 835 and Kirin 970. While not quite as fast as the current top dogs - the real advantage of the Galaxy A80’s chipset should come in its power efficiency thanks to the new 8nm process. The Snapdragon 730 features six Kryo 460 cores running at speeds up to 2.2Ghz.

The Samsung Galaxy A80 comes with a 6.7” Super AMOLED screen and the aforementioned sliding 48MP, 8MP and ToF cameras. It also packs 8GB RAM and 128GB non-expandable storage. The battery is 3,700 mAh and supports Samsung’s new 25W fast charging. Pricing is $730/€650 and sales begin May 29.

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  • Anonymous

For that price might as well get the S10e xD

  • Dan

The S9+ can be had for cheaper!

  • Bob

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