Recently, we've heard various rumors regarding Samsung's new Galaxy A series for 2018, and most of the pieces seem to fit into the puzzle. A major rumored change is said to be the removal of a physical home button in a fashion similar to the Galaxy S series. And from what we have seen about the Galaxy A8 so far (or should we say the new A5?), that is indeed the case with a thin bezel design and a 2:1 aspect ratio screen.
Today, a video review of the Galaxy A8 (and its elder sibling the Galaxy A8 Plus) has appeared online, confirming pretty much all that we already knew about the phone. Besides the 2:1 screen with an infinity edge display, there's a dual-camera (16 MP + 8 MP f1.9) at the front and a single 16 MP unit at the back along with a fingerprint scanner.
As far as the specs go, so far we know that the Galaxy A8 (2018) has an Exynos 7885 SoC which carries two high-performance Cortex-A73 cores, along with six energy-efficient (probably Cortex-A53) cores. The device has a 4 GB RAM and 32 GB internal memory.
16/12/2017 04:57 AM