Mid–tier phone looks set to be more powerful than Galaxy S9.
Samsung’s heavily rumoured Galaxy A8s has edged closer to its official launch, following a massive leak detailing everything from its screen size to its camera.
Most excitingly of all, the new, upper mid–range device will be the first to come with Samsung’s Infinity O display tech. This screen features a small hole in the top left hand corner for the front–facing camera, negating the need for an iPhone XS–style notch.
The screen is set to clock in at a hefty 6.39–inches and will be backed up by Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 710 processor, 6GB of RAM and 128GB storage. The latter is expandable by a further 512GB via microSD.
The front–facing camera, found within the Infinity O cutout, will clock in at 24 megapixels. That will be backed up by a triple-lens main shooter, with 24, 10 and five megapixel lenses.
At 7.38mm, it will also be slimmer than the 8.8mm Galaxy S9.
It’s widely believed the Galaxy A8s is an outlier for what to expect from the Galaxy S10. The latter is due to launch in February 2019, with the A8s expected on shelves in January.
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