Samsung Galaxy A5 (2018) gets FCC nod; mid-range Android phone launch imminent


Indeed, even as the contraption advertise was buzzing with bits of gossip that Samsung will dispatch its processor before the dispatch of its Galaxy S9 one year from now, the South Korean organization has unobtrusively done it. Gradually, the lineup became pretty successful and the company is launching a number of Galaxy A smartphone models every year. Hopefully, we may also come across a dual-camera variant.

Samsung's 'Exynos 9810′ chip is the successor to its first Exynos 9 series chip - the 8895 which powers flagship devices like Galaxy S8 and Note 8. Of course, the official page doesn't have any details about the device, except for the model number being mentioned. This confirms that the smartphone could be launched soon.

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From then, Samsung's been launching multiple Galaxy A smartphone models yearly, and it looks like this won't change in 2018.

Apart from that, the GFX listing also reveals that the phone will come with all the necessary sensors like accelerometer, gyroscope and proximity sensor and other features like Bluetooth, GPS, and WiFi. And whether or not Samsung will also include the Infinity display on all three devices or not, we will have to wait and see. A recent HTML test of the phone uncovered a display resolution of 412×816, which gives the phone an 18.5:9 aspect ratio, which is the same as the current flagships by Samsung. According to the listing, the phone will have 1.5 GHz quad-core processor and it will be running on Android Nougat 7.1.1 operating system. Interestingly, there is no way to authenticate these rumours and renders, so we suggest you take this report with a pinch of salt. For 2018, we are all preparing for new fingerprint sensors under the display, authentication being virtually invisible and fast, while phones can retain their current shape with edge-to-edge screens.