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Samsung Announces Galaxy A8 And Galaxy A8+ With Infinity Display

Screen: The Galaxy A8+ 2018 is a 6-inch phone while the Galaxy A8 2018 maxes out at 5.6-inch. The Galaxy A8+ will also be released in two storage variants - one with 4GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage and the other with 6GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. The device is available on Amazon and the e-tailer is giving cashback of Rs 4,000 on HDFC credit card on the purchase of Galaxy Note 8. Both handset will be available in black, orchid grey, and blue.

The Galaxy A8 and A8+ are the first budget-oriented Samsung phones to feature the infinity display. The phone is expected to launch in India in March 2018, followed by the flagships Galaxy S9 and S9+ launch.

On the rear side is a 16-megapixel camera with f/1.7 aperture and LED flash.

Samsung's adoption of the dual front camera is meant to set the phone apart from other mid-end handsets, and it is unlikely be to be adopted in the upcoming flagship phone Galaxy S9, according to an industry insider. Keeping the smartphone ticking is a 3,300mAh battery. The company claims that both the rear cameras come with Optical Image Stabiliser. Guess what, Samsung's famous Live Focus camera mode is coming to both the phones. On the connectivity front, the smartphones have 4G LTE, Wi-Fi 802.11ac, Bluetooth v5.0, GPS/ A-GPS, NFC, and USB Type-C port. The secondary 8MP sensor captures depth information to blur the background.

Samsung Galaxy A8 (2018) and the Galaxy A8+ (2018) both sport an IP68-certified build and come with Samsung Pay integration. The Samsung Galaxy A8 (2018) and A8+ (2018) are the best mid-range devices we have today. They will be available in January in black, orchid grey, gold and blue for about EUR499 and EUR599, respectively, and the fact that the pricing is given in European currency should hint at you that we might never see these two released officially on a United States carrier.

Samsung Galaxy S9 will likely go on sale in March, though the phones will be revealed at CES 2018.

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