It has been more than a week since the launch of Galaxy A80 in India and offers an interesting option for those who want an almost borderless device. Its rotary camera mechanism allows the same rear lens to be used for selfies, delivering a robust set of lenses for almost any situation.
Now, making minor adjustments, Samsung is releasing a rather heavy patch for the device, it weighs 0.5 GB and promotes improvements in the operation of the optical sensor mechanism. In addition, the patch brings a Google security patch for July 2019.
The update is being reported to be rolling out in Italy, and soon should arrive for smartphones around the globe.
Another device that is receiving the security patch is Galaxy Note 9. This, in fact, is its second this month and weighs 255 MB. The changelog says improvements in rear camera performance are promoted.
The successor to the Note 9 be announced next week, the Galaxy Note 10 and Samsung to bring two models for the Note 10. This time it’s expected to bring a major design update to the rear, with new line alignment. The display will have an in-display camera sensor positioned in the center.
Samsung has scheduled its Unpacked event on August 7 and Samsung is preparing a series of other releases, such as new AKG headphones, a new option of Galaxy Buds, and the Galaxy Tab S6.