Usually the new Galaxy A range is usually presented at the beginning of the year, coinciding with the celebration of CES in Las Vegas.
That his presentation is ahead a few weeks is not the only speculation that has been poured in recent days on the Samsung Galaxy A5 (2018) and Galaxy A7 (2018).
There are several media that claim, without a doubt, that both models (leaving out the Samsung Galaxy A3 2018 ) will boast the same design with Infinity Display Samsung Galaxy S8 and other brand tops of the range. This would undoubtedly be a hit of Samsung, who would equate the mid-range to the high-end, at least with regard to the interior aspect.
However, today what we have is not the confirmation of this design, but the passage of the Samsung Galaxy A5 (2018) and Galaxy A7 (2018) by the Wi-Fi Alliance. This happens just a few days after the first of the aforementioned phones also made an appearance at the American FCC, so his presentation is more than ready.
Samsung Galaxy A5 (2018)
The data that the step of the Samsung Galaxy A5 (2018) gives us through the Wi-Fi Alliance is that, contrary to what was originally thought, the smartphone will reach Android 7.1.1 instead of Android Oreo.
Since the Samsung Galaxy A5 of 2017 had a 5.2-inch panel, it is likely that the adoption of the 18: 9 format and the reduction of the frames of the smartphone will allow the Galaxy A5 screen next year to grow to 5.5 inches, with Full HD + resolution.
Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018)
As regards the Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018), we have no changes in the operating system because it also shows Android 7.1.1. In this case, the Samsung Galaxy A7 panel of 2017 was 5.7 inches, so next year’s model could reach 6 inches easily, taking a midrange mobile with the size of the S8 +.
All the rumors surrounding both devices indicate that the Samsung Galaxy A5 (2018) and Galaxy A7 (2018), in addition to the Infinity Display, would reach the market with an Exynos 7785 processor, 4 GB of RAM and 32 GB of storage expandable internal using MicroSD cards.
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