The Samsung Galaxy A8s might be the Korean giant's first smartphone to have a screen-to-body ratio of 90% (or above). Coming to the cameras, the Galaxy A8s uses the same set of cameras as on the Galaxy A9 sans the ultra-wide angle lens.
Samsung has been talking and teasing the Galaxy A8s for a long time now.
Ahead of the launch, a lot has already been revealed by teasers on the Chinese microblogging site - Weibo.
Samsung Galaxy S10 screen sizes have now been leaked. It could be minimalistic camera hole design, fingerprint on display, sound on display and under panel sensors!
The company also announced the Galaxy A8s FE version specially designed for women. The listing revealed some of the key specifications about Samsung's Infinity-O Display phone. "For 2019, the standard Galaxy S10 screen is said to be 6.1", similar to the iPhone XR, while the Galaxy S10+ is expected to come with a 6.4" screen.
The rear camera array will boast three snappers with a combination of normal, wide-angle and zoom that should deliver brilliant pics in most conditions.
In terms of hardware, the Galaxy A8s features a Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 SoC, and will come available in either 6GB or 8GB RAM, and a 128GB internal storage capacity. The smartphone is rumoured to sport a primary sensor of 24-megapixel, a secondary sensor of 5-megapixel, and a third sensor of 10-megapixel. Finally, the Samsung Galaxy S10+ was allegedly also spotted in its prototype stage.
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