Samsung’s first ever infinity-O ring-and-panel smartphone from the manufacturer has just gained its newest certification by reinforcing and confirming its existence just days before its official announcement early next week.
The device in question is the Galaxy A8s , the subject of many rumors and leaks over the past few weeks, and after just two days of its Wi-Fi certified registration, the South Korean giant’s model now earns its Bluetooth certification confirming that the device will support the 5th generation of the technology.
In addition to being the first Samsung smartphone with round-robin on the screen, the A8s will also be the first Galaxy with Snapdragon 710, as many rumors have already indicated that the manufacturer is planning to launch it with one of Qualcomm’s best mobile chipset platforms for devices.
Among the specs, the device will arrive with the delayed Android 8 Oreo (there are no strong indications whether it will be version 8.0 or 8.1), but it is likely that it will be upgraded to Android 9 in 2019. The A8s will still have at least 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal storage.
Regarding the battery, we will have a cell with capacity of 3,400 mAh and fast charging. With three rear cameras, the device will also come with a 24 MP main lens and f / 1.7 aperture, 8 MP ultra-wide secondary lens and f / 2.4 aperture and a third depth-of-field sensor with 5 MP resolution.
There is no indication whether the handset will hit stores yet in 2018 or whether Samsung should push it for next year and sell it with even closer proximity to the latest version of Android. Prices and markets in which the A8s will be marketed have also not been leaked, but news should emerge in the coming days and certainly in the official event scheduled for 10 December