Samsung Galaxy A80 wallpapers (stock) free download

Download Samsung Galaxy A80 wallpapers here. Samsung recently released its flagship-grade next-gen Samsung Galaxy A80 smartphone. The Galaxy A80 has been designed specifically for users who want to share live interactions, capture photos, stream live video, and share their content on social media platforms.
The Galaxy A80 comes with some unique and next-gen features out-of-the-box. The highlight of the device is a unique triple camera setup with a rotating module. Therefore, all three cameras can be used for both rear and selfie image and video shooting. The display is also a Super AMOLED New Infinity with 20:9 aspect ratio, which means the display quality and viewing angles is great.

Since getting our hands on the device the first thing we did is to extract its stock wallpapers and made them available for you to download and you can download right now.
All the 09 stock wallpapers are in Full HD+ 1080 x 2400 pixels resolution quality which will fit perfectly on any smartphone screen. Especially, the AMOLED display devices with a decent screen size will gain more attention than other devices.
But before going to download section, we’ve provided brief specifications of Galaxy A80. Otherwise, you can skip to the main download content at the bottom of this post if you want.

Samsung Galaxy A80 wallpapers: Phone Overview

The Samsung Galaxy A80 comes with a 6.7-inches Super AMOLED New Infinity Display featuring FHD+ 1080 x 2400 Pixels resolution. It does have a 20:9 aspect ratio screen as compared to the other latest devices without any notch or camera cutout.

Samsung Galaxy A80 wallpapers

The handset is running on Android 9 Pie based on One UI out-of-the-box. Under the hood, the phone is powered by the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G processor which is an octa-core CPU. It’s having an 8GB of RAM and 128GB of onboard storage without any MicroSD card expandability.
One of the key features of this smartphone is it does have a triple camera setup of 48MP (f/2.0), PDAF + 8MP (f/2.2), ultra wide-angle + a 3D depth camera. The whole camera module will turn around automatically when you open the selfie camera. If you can remember Oppo N11 handset which has a manual rotating camera module on that time but didn’t get that much of response.
The Galaxy A80 also features Super Steady video mode, Scene Optimizer with AI scenes detection up to 30 objects, Flaw Detection, etc. The A80 packed with a decent 3,700 mAh non-removable battery featuring 25W Super-Fast Charge. It features Dolby Atmos and all other connectivity options with sensors including an in-display fingerprint sensor.

Samsung Galaxy A80 wallpapers

All the 09 Full HD+ 1080 x 2400 pixels stock wallpapers are compressed in a zip file which you can download from the below link. The images are in jpeg format and don’t take too much space on your device. You just need to download and extract the zip file on your phone and set according to your preference.

 

Samsung Galaxy A80 wallpapers: How to download

  1. long press on the image in your browser and click on download image from the popup context menu
  2. Once downloaded, open the gallery app and find the wallpapers you just downloaded. Chose the one you want to apply.
  3. Click on the options tab, the three dots to show a dropdown menu.
  4. From the menu, chose “set image as” and chose wallpaper from the options or lock screen to apply it to your lock screen.

Samsung Galaxy A80 wallpapers: How to use

Go to the Wallpapers section on your device and set the suitable wallpaper on your device home screen or lock screen easily. Otherwise, directly head over to the gallery app and search for the extracted images and enjoy.

Samsung Galaxy A80 wallpapers: Mini Review

The Samsung Galaxy A80 has a fun party piece. It not only has a pop-up triple camera system, but those three lenses also rotate to act as selfie snappers. When it comes to showing off the latest kit to your friends, the A80 will certainly get some positive feedback.

But having been hands-on with Samsung’s latest top-of-the-range of its mid-range series, there’s much more to the Galaxy A80 than its party-piece camera.
It also packs a 6.7-inch Full HD+ display, octa-core chipset, 8GB of RAM, 128GB of storage, 3,700mAh battery and an in-display fingeprint scanner.

Samsung Galaxy A80 wallpapers: release date and price

The Samsung Galaxy A80 release date is set for May 29, at least in some regions. It won’t arrive everywhere at the same time, but Samsung is yet to reveal which regions will be first to get their hands on the A80.

We’re also in the dark as to the price, but it will be cheaper than the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Plus.

Samsung Galaxy A80 wallpapers: Design and display

The Samsung Galaxy A80 has a premium glass design, with a metal frame running around its circumference which feels good in the hand.

It is however big and thick at 165.2 x 76.5 x 9.3mm, making it difficult to use one-handed, and the mechanics behind the pop-up camera means it’s also a little top heavy. This is certainly a phone you’ll want to use both hands for most of the time.
The power switch is on the right of the phone, while the volume is on the left and both are easy enough to hit – as long as your hand is big enough to wrap around the A80. It’ll be available in black, gold and white when it goes on sale.
There’s no headphone jack here, with the base of the Galaxy A80 featuring the SIM tray, USB-C port and single, down-firing speaker.
This biggest design point here though is the pop-up camera, which sees a section the same width as the phone rise up when you switch to selfie mode in the camera app.
The smooth rise, and the subsequent spin of the triple camera block is a fun novelty, which we raised and lowered again and again during our hands-on time with the Galaxy A80.
It’s likely the novelty of this feature will wear off after a while, but we reckon it’ll still raise a smile each time the cameras pop up and flip round to face you.

Samsung Galaxy A80 wallpapers

There is a little bit of worry with this though. As with the Oppo Find X which as a similarly sized pop-up camera section, we wonder just how durable the moving bodywork is if you were to drop the A80. Plus with the added complexity of the spinning camera, there are even more things to potentially break.
The moving section also means it would be difficult to fit a case which properly protected all of the phone, so you may need to handle with care if you do opt for a Samsung Galaxy A80.
What the pop-up camera does provide, however, is an all-screen display which isn’t uninterrupted by a notch or punch-hole camera for an eye-catching overall look.
Samsung has squashed the bezels to as narrow as possible all the way round the 6.7-inch display, which makes for a striking finish – although it’s not bezel-less.
With a Full HD+ resolution (1080 x 2400) and Super AMOLED panel, the display on the Galaxy A80 is bright, clear and colorful which should bode well for gamers and Netflix bingers alike – although we’ll put it to the test in our review.
We were unable to test out its accuracy and speed during our hands-on time, so keep an eye out for our Samsung Galaxy A80 review where we’ll put it through its paces.

Samsung Galaxy A80 wallpapers: Cameras

The whole point of the rotating cameras on the Samsung Galaxy A80 is so you can utilize the same great cameras on the rear of the phone, on the front. Most smartphones tend to give you excellent rear cameras and inferior front snappers.

With Samsung aiming the Galaxy A80 and the rest of its A series at young people who like to create, share and send live video content, it makes sense to give them the best camera experience no matter which way they’re using the phone.

The main 48MP (f/2.0) sensor is the default camera available to you when you open the camera app, but it’s easy to switch between it and the 8MP (f/2.2) ultra-wide (123 degrees) camera which allows you to fit more into your shot.
Quality isn’t as high as the main camera, but it’s good to have the option to open up your field of view so readily available.
The third camera is a 3D depth sensor, providing excellent background blur for the Live Focus mode which de-focuses the background of your shots while keeping the foreground in focus. It’s Samsung’s answer to Apple’s Portrait mode on the iPhone.
From our brief hands-on time, Live Focus seemed to work well, allowing us to adjust the level of blur and showing us live results before hitting the shutter.
It also gives you Live Focus Video, for real-time background blurring when you’re shooting video for a more striking visual experience buts it’s only available for the rear use case

Samsung Galaxy A80 wallpapers: Battery and specs

The Samsung Galaxy A80 comes with a reasonably sized 3,700mAh battery and support for 25W fast charging.
Under the hood you’ll find an octa-core chipset, 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, giving you plenty of power and space for all your apps, games, photos and videos.

There isn’t any expandable storage option here though, so if you’re someone who downloads big apps and videos, you may want to keep an eye on the space.

If you’re moving from another Android device, you will find that it’s a light Android skin which doesn’t require too much of a learning curve to get used to beacause the Galaxy A80 runs Android 9 with Samsung’s One UI over the top which gives you a very similar look and feel to the Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus.
Android felt smooth under the finger, but the handset we got hands-on with was running final software so you’ll have to wait for our A80 review to find out just how well it performs.

Samsung Galaxy A80 wallpapers: Verdict

It’s the rotating, pop-up cameras which will draw attention to the Samsung Galaxy A80, but this phone isn’t just a one-trick pony. Samsung has packed in plenty of features to make the A80 a compelling device.

Ultimately the success of the phone comes down to price, and for now we don’t know how much the Galaxy A80 will cost. With a large display and motorized camera block the price may be quite high – too high and it’ll clash with the S10 line.