Guests use the new Galaxy Note 8 smartphone during the company " s launch event in NY. But it seems that it is now planning to redesign its A-series based on Galaxy S-lineup.
Shown from both front and back, you can see that the design is a lot like that of the Samsung Galaxy S8, complete with a curved screen, a curved glass back and tiny bezels.More news: Mozilla Sneaks Mr Robot Firefox Plugin In Firefox
With "FullView" 18:9 displays becoming mainstream for 2018, Samsung will be releasing their latest mid-range Galaxy A (2018) series that will come with its very own Infinity Display. This also means that the smartphones won't see the much-rumored under display fingerprint sensor.
The Galaxy A8 (2018) and Galaxy A8 Plus (2018) also incorporates Samsung's voice-activated Bixby assistant and IP68 certification against dust and water damages.More news: Prince Charlotte to begin attending London nursery school from January
The new Galaxy A8s could be powered by Exynos 7885 chipset and 6GB RAM. The phones will have 3000 mAh and 3500 mAh batteries. However, if the leaked render is to be believed, Galaxy S9 is not likely to get dual cameras, instead it would be a part of the elder sibling, the Galaxy S9+. The YouTube video also shows off the face unlock feature in the phone. While some rumors pointed at CES 2018 unveiling in Las Vegas, a new report hints at MWC 2018 unveiling February in Barcelona. Not to forget, the camera on the rear panel consists of a 16-megapixel.
The Samsung Galaxy S9 will come with an improved iris scanner and will have a 3MP camera which is surely an upgrade from 2MP on Galaxy S8. The next year Samsung flagship is due to be unveiled soon. The single rear camera could be a 16MP f/1.7 sensor while the dual front cameras pack in a pair of 16MP f/1.9 + 8MP F/1.9 cameras.More news: European Union opens probe into Ikea over Dutch tax rulings
Over at the back, the Galaxy A8/A8+ appears to be getting the same camera+fingerprint sensor placement as the upcoming Galaxy S9.
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