The Samsung Galaxy A80 announced back in April doesn't have a camera on the front and uses the 48MP rear camera for selfies and video calls. However, this main sensor locks the focus at a certain distance when used for capturing selfies. Well, to fix this issue, Samsung has released a software update which brings in the autofocus function for selfies.
Additionally, the new firmware carries July 2019 security patch and comes with improvements to the stability of the camera and device security.
This update, weighing around 400MB in size and bearing version number A805FXXU2ASG7, is rolling out over the air but you can also install it on your device via Samsung's Smart Switch software.
It is indeed the same camera (hardware) but the software is not. Once the camera is flipped, the options change (that should not be the case however as it has the potential to be used at its best).
That autofocus selfie should not be a update in the first place. Is the same camera!
It is amazing how A80 costs more than other phones with IMX586 but get worse result compares with other phones. It is as if outside the same old 4 years old 12mp sensor in S7-S10, Samsung don't know how to tweak a new sensor.