You are incorrect. looking at prices in the UK the 6800M models seem to cost around the same as the 3080 laptops. Actually I found a 3080 laptop cheaper than any 6800m laptop.
This is factually inaccurate. The only version of this notebook available in the UK right now is the QHD / 1TB SSD model, for £1900. Notebooks with the 3080 start at £2000, and they're all FHD - you're up to £2150 if you want a QHD display, but that's a 17" whitebook model so it's not directly comparable. The comparably-priced devices were also all using 130W TGP variants of the 3080 and with slower CPUs than the ones that were reviewed here, so any performance advantage they have would be slimmer than is shown in this article.
TL;DR - if you want a 3080 you're paying more, and if you want it to be faster and with good specs all-around then you're paying a lot more.
Your comments about battery life aren't accurate either. Reviews have also consistently shown that this device has extremely good battery life, markedly superior to the vast majority of other gaming laptops - whether AMD / Nvidia or Intel / Nvidia.
As for it being "embarrassing" for AMD that Adobe apps perform poorly, you could just as easily flip that and say it's embarrassing for Adobe that they can only code applications that work well on a limited set of CPUs and GPUs. Nobody doing professional work is outputting their final cuts using QuickSync, though - that's for sure.