It’s been a long time since Samsung has been avoiding a notch on their devices, but now with the latest announcement of the Infinity-V and Infinity-U displays it has been confirmed that this won’t be the situation anymore. Well so now according to the latest leaks, the company is soon going to unveil their all-new device the Samsung Galaxy A8s.
This is going to be the first ever device from Samsung which is going to feature a notch, a water-drop notch to be specific. These panels down below are rumored to be the one which is going to be used by the all-new Samsung Galaxy A8s. The design is quite impressive, in-fact if we could observe closely, this notch seems to to be a little smaller than the one on the OPPO or Vivo Smartphones.
Well so now talking about the specs, the rumors suggest that the device will be powered by the Snapdragon 660 chipset, but then there is a higher number of possibilities that we might be seeing a much more powerful Snapdragon 670 or the 675 which will be paired up with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. The rear side of the device comes with a triple-rear camera setup, something which is similar to the one on the Galaxy A7. According to the reports, the Galaxy A8s is going to be the first device to come with the Infinity O-display from the Korean Manufacturer.
We are expecting the launch of this device in the early Q1 of 2019. Well so wrapping things up, nothing is official yet so we are still skeptical about the early leaks which are coming up. This phone is expected to be exclusive to the Chinese market, but then we could expect this in India soon.
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