Samsung Galaxy A (2018) leaked renders reveal Infinity display

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As we are drawing closer to the end of 2018, details regarding the smartphones that will be launched next year are emerging online. The Samsung Galaxy A (2018) series of smartphones are no exception.

Samsung Galaxy A (2018) leaked renders reveal Infinity display

The rumor mill has been talking about them for quite some time. Now, alleged renders of the Samsung Galaxy A5 (2018) and Galaxy A7 (2018) have emerged online. Both of the devices are shown featuring a premium design in the renders. Well, it was speculated that the South Korean company will bring some of the high-end features on its Galaxy A (2018) lineup.

Going by the renders, both Galaxy A5 (2017) and Galaxy A7 (2017) have Infinity displays like that of the Samsung Galaxy S8 duo and Galaxy Note 8. The displays appear to feature an aspect ratio of 18.5:9 and offer the screen resolution of 2,220×1,080 pixels.

Samsung Galaxy A (2018) leaked renders reveal Infinity display

Another important aspect is the presence of the Bixby button on the left side of the smartphones. It is placed under the volume rocker.

Samsung Galaxy A (2018) leaked renders reveal Infinity display

The rear panel of the devices shows a single camera setup that is accompanied by a LED flash on the right.

There is also a rectangular-shaped fingerprint scanner just below the camera module.
We are wondering about the Samsung Galaxy A3 (2017) though. Sadly, the source (the post has been deleted now) has not posted any pictures of this smartphone.

Moving on, earlier today we got some interesting information about the Samsung Galaxy A5 (2018). The smartphone will reportedly be launched in two processor variants. One will be powered by a Snapdragon processor, while the other one will be equipped with an Exynos chipset. You can read about in detail here.

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