Samsung Galaxy A8 Rumored To Be In The Works

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    Samsung may have one more premium handset to show off in the coming days. According to the latest leaks, the tech giant from South Korea is readying a powerful addition to its Galaxy A series that will pack a 5.7-inch FHD display and a Snapdragon 615 processor under the hood.

    The latest report comes from SamMobile, who has served up credible tips in the past. If these specs are true, the new Samsung Galaxy A8 handset would carry a large 5.7-inch Full HD display ( 1920 x 1080), a Qualcomm Snapdragon 615 chip, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of native storage space, a 3050mAh battery and more.

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    Samsung Galaxy A8 Rumored To Be In The Works

    The purported handset will pack a 16MP primary sensor and a 5MP front-facing shooter; although it is unknown if the 16MP camera sensor would be identical to the one featured by the Galaxy S6. The Galaxy A8 will run Android 5.0 Lollipop with Samsung's TouchWiz software overlay.

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    Samsung Galaxy A8 Rumored To Be In The Works

    The report further said that the Galaxy A8 will measure just 5.9mm in terms of thickness, making it the slimmest handset from Samsung. In comparison the Galaxy A7 currently enjoys the title, with a thickness of 6.3mm.

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    Samsung Galaxy A8 Rumored To Be In The Works

    According to sources close to SamMobile, the Galaxy A8 could be launched in China in the near future. Either way take this reports with a grain of salt for now, but check back with us later for the more details on the Galaxy A series .


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