Samsung Galaxy A8: rendering and some features unveiled by TENAA - FrAndroid

A few days before his official presentation, the Samsung Galaxy A8sand its perforated screen, has been unveiled in advance by the TENAA, the telecommunications regulator in China. We can see it in the picture and discover its characteristics.

It is next Monday, December 10th, that Samsung will officially present its next smartphone of mid-range with features and design still unpublished for the Korean brand Galaxy A8. This smartphone should indeed be the first manufacturer to show a design without a notch or edge, but with a hole on the screen to complement the photo sensor.

Even before the official presentation of the device, it is the TENAA, the Chinese telecommunications regulator, which has published various information on the Samsung smartphone. We can thus discover the back of the smartphone, with a color gradient of money for black from the top to the bottom, but also a triple photo module, such as the Galaxy A7 (2018), as well as a fingerprint reader digital cameras positioned on the back. On the front, we can distinguish a camera positioned at the top left of the screen with a display that seems to cover the rest of the front of the Samsung Galaxy A8s.

A 6.39-inch screen and a 3300 mAh battery

On the contrary, the technical information is pretty nice. However, TENAA noted that the smartphone will be equipped with a 3300 mAh battery and a 6.39-inch screen. It should also integrate two SIM card slots and measure 158.4 × 74.9 × 7.4 mm.

This information is consistent with the latest rumors to date. As a reminder, the Samsung Galaxy A8 should also include a Snapdragon 710 processor, 6 GB of RAM, 128 GB of storage space and a triple camera of 24, 10 and 5 megapixels in the back. However, it may not include a headphone jack. We will know more about the Samsung Galaxy A8 during its officialization, expected Monday in China.

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