Bearing a Model number of SM-A530F, the Samsung Galaxy A5 was spotted on HTML5test Benchmark listing.
Samsung's next-generation Galaxy A series smartphones will reportedly feature 18:9 Infinity Display, which is now exclusive to its flagship smartphones such as Galaxy S8 and Note 8.
No official details about the new Galaxy A series have been confirmed, but the devices are reportedly launching early next year.
It's a 20% improvement in other words, and should mean that the Galaxy S9 - or whatever phones get this chip - can download an HD movie within 10 seconds, and the chip could also eliminate buffering when live-streaming or having video calls.
According to the GFXBench listing, the smartphone will come with a 5-inch display that features a resolution of 1,280 x 720 pixels. There is no information about its battery or expandable memory in the listing. It further says that the device runs Android 7.1.1 Nougat operating system and will be powered by a quad-core processor clocked at 1.5GHz along with Mali-G71 GPU. In the imaging department, the new smartphone gets an 8-megapixel primary camera with autofocus and flash, and a 5-megapixel front shooter. This years Galaxy A7 launched in January, so we could see the new model in January of next year. Until then, we will most likely find out even more about it.
Smartphone makers usually keep their best features for their flagship phones, and we guess it makes sense because customers shopping for low-end or mid-range handsets might be more concerned about price and less about features.
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