In the past days, various people have revealed a lot of information about these smartphones with the release of specs and images of the next-generation Samsung mid-range handset. Now, it’s time to review the Galaxy A8 2018 and its Plus version.
As expected, the makers used the brilliant display and incorporated fingerprint sensor with a vertical makeup underneath the main camera. Unfortunately, there is no information about the size of the display, but the Galaxy A8 2018 expected to be powered by a 6-inch Infinity Display and a resolution of 2220×1080. The differences are not limited to the size of the device, and the makers used a 3,000mAh battery for a smaller version and a 3500mAh battery for a larger version.
Samsung has been able to process any kind of content using the powerful Exynos 7885 chip. In addition, the new generation of base-up phones will come with 4GB of RAM and 32GB of internal memory with support for the microSD memory card.
In addition to its powerful hardware, its high-performance camera is another powerful addition to the 2018 Galaxy A8 and Galaxy A8 Plus. In the back, the 16-megapixel sensor with f/1.7 aperture opening and auto focus are responsible for recording images, with numerous features including Live Focus, which allows users to crystallize after image recording, will be available to users.
In the front part, for the first time, the dual camera with two 16 and 8-megapixel sensors with f/1.9 aperture opener has been used to help selfie lovers to record the various moments in desirable quality.
Other features of this smart phone include the IP68 standard for water and dust resistance, face recognition, Bixby audio assistant, always-on display, 3.5mm audio jack and C-type USB port.
Unfortunately, there is currently no information available at the time of the launch or price of the new Samsung handsets. You can watch videos and reviews of new Korean products in the future on our website.
Pictures of the 2018 Galaxy A8 and Galaxy A8 Plus:
Check out the Galaxy A8 2018 video along with the larger version: