Samsung is all set to continue its brand domination in the mid-range smartphone market with its Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018). This is not yet confirmed by the company but the phone emerged on Geekbecnh browser that confirms the launch. The smartphone will have 6GB RAM whereas we have 4GB with Galaxy A7 (2017). Some renders of the smartphone have also leaked about its bezel-less display.
The Geekbench browser reveals that the Galaxy A7 (2018) will come with Android 7.1 Nougat OS. This means that even the mobile is going to launch in 2018, it doesn’t run with Oreo version. And the Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018) will run with an ARMv8 octa-core processor at a clock speed of 1.5 GHz speed. And as per the reports the mobile scores 1478 points in single core and 4170 points in multi-core tests.
The smartphone will have some improvements and upgrades over its Galaxy A7 (2017) model. The leaked images show that the smartphone doesn’t have any physical buttons on the front. And also we can see a camera at the rear side and a finger print module below the camera sensor. The leaked information is empty with the information about camera and battery capacity. But it reveals the processor of the device which will be Exynos 7885 chipset and could come with a larger RAM. The smartphone will have a 6-inch large display and spots a USB Type-c port and a 3.5mm headphone jack.
The famous Twitter account @OnLeaks also said few thing about the Galaxy A5 (2018) which will be completely different from A7 but the display will be same as A7 (2018). Tipster Steve H who is a famous tech twitter users leaked some images which are claimed to be the images of the Galaxy A7 (2018).
You can check this in his Twitter account @OnLeaks. The images show a display panel with minimal bezels and a metal body with the fingerprint scanner on the backside. Mr. Steve H also points the Galaxy A5 (2018) that would have the same bezel-less display. And the leaked images show that we can expect a physical direct Bixby button to let you activate voice assistant. Galaxy S8 and S8 plus have the button already.
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