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Samsung Galaxy A8: Specs, Price and Release Date


Everyone already knows a lot and is familiar with all of the details and specifications about the Samsung Galaxy A8 thanks to many leaked photos.

Now finally some of the details regarding the device’s official announcement and its price tag have been revealed.

News is that the Galaxy A8 will make its official debut in China on the 17th of July along with a price tag of around €439.


Now from the price of the Galaxy A8 it looks as if the smartphone is a replacement for the Galaxy Alpha which had been removed from the market prematurely.

The Galaxy A8 will be featuring a 5.7 inch 1080p Super AMOLED display and an octa-core Snapdragon 615 processor.

Apart from this the device will have a 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage that can be expanded by adding a microSD card.

Moreover in order to fit in a 16MP camera in its 5.94 mm thin metal body the South Korean giant is using a thinner ISOCELL sensor with reduced pixel size.

Then there is a 5MP front camera as well. The Galaxy A8 will also be equipped with a fingerprint sensor that hides under its home button for biometric authentication to unlock the device.

The smartphone will be made available in three colors, black, white and gold.


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