Samsung Galaxy A5 (2018) expected with Infinity display like Samsung Galaxy S8, Note 8

Alleged Samsung Galaxy A5 (2018) case renders show a glimpse of what the handset could look like.

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Highlights

    • Samsung Galaxy A5 2018 gets FCC nod
    • It is said to sport Infinity display
    • Interals are expected to remain same

South Korean giant Samsung appears ready to refresh its Galaxy A-series lineup with Samsung Galaxy A5 (2018). SamMobile now reports Samsung Galaxy A-series lineup is likely to sport Infinity display similar to Samsung Galaxy S8 duo and Samsung Galaxy Note 8.

Alleged Samsung Galaxy A5 (2018) case renders obtained from UK retailer Mobile Fun offer a glimpse of what the handset could look like. The report, however, mentions uncertainty about the launch timeline.

An unknown Samsung handset bears the model number SM-A530N on FCC. It got many of us thinking Samsung Galaxy A5 (2018) launch is imminent. It may or may not be true. So let’s wait for official confirmation.

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Previous leaks point out Samsung Galaxy A5 (2018) could feature a taller 18:9 display, which is more in line with Samsung’s current S and Note series. Specs-wise, it’s expected 5.5-inch display featuring 2,160 x 1,080 display.

Also Read: Samsung Galaxy A5 (2017) may have a successor soon; 2018 version gets FCC nod

Overall specifications of Samsung Galaxy A5 (2018) are expected to be similar to Samsung Galaxy A5 (2017), except for software and battery. The handset will supposedly run Android 8.0 Oreo out-of-the-box.

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Similar to Samsung Galaxy A5 (2017), upcoming A-series handset is expected with Exynos 7885 octa-core SoC under the hood. Internals may remain unchanged i.e., 3GB RAM, 32GB storage, and 3,300mAh battery.

Samsung may not bring many changes in terms of camera features and specs. So it could end up with the same old 16MP sensor. There should be a selfie camera up front identical to its existing counterpart.