Samsung Galaxy A8 is right around the corner

Samsung Galaxy A8 is right around the corner

Apparently unsatisfied with the number of smartphones that it has on the market right now, Samsung is getting ready to offer a new smartphone, called Galaxy A8. This will not be just another handset – instead the device will come with an ultra-slim chassis.

According to a leak that describes the Galaxy A8, the smartphone will come with a metal chassis that is just 5.9 mm thick. The chassis will pack a Qualcomm Snapdragon 615 processor with eight cores and support for 64-bit computing, 2 GB of RAM and 16 GB of internal memory. The device will treat your eyes with a large 5.7-inch Super AMOLED display at 1080p resolution and 386 ppi and will have a 5 MP front camera and Android 5.1.1 Lollipop. The secret to the thinness lies in the back – the Galaxy A8 will have a 16 MP rear camera with a new ISOCELL LSI3P3 camera sensor that is said to be one of Samsung’s thinnest. The LSI3P3 has a pixel size of just 1.0 µm and module thickness of only 5 mm, which makes it 23 per cent thinner than the Sony IMX240 sensor in the Galaxy S6; the price to pay is that the LSI3P3 offers larger pixels. A 3050 mAh battery finishes the entire picture.

The new Samsung Galaxy A8 will be on the market any time soon.

Source: Techspot.com

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