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Samsung Galaxy A8 now available for pre-order in South Korea

03 January 2018
Samsung Galaxy A8 now available for pre-order in South Korea

Samsung is offering a Rs. 1000 discount on the 16GB variant of its Galaxy On Nxt smartphone.

Sony is always very secretive about their work on new and upcoming smartphones.

Reportedly, the phone will be powered by Octa core (2.45 GHz, Quad core, Kryo 280 + 1.9 GHz, Quad core, Kryo 280) processor and will have 3000 mAh non removable battery life.

It is known that Nokia 9 will come with a 5.30-inch touchscreen display with a resolution of 1440 pixels by 2560 pixels. It was also indicated in the report that the Samsung Galaxy A8 2018 edition is one of the best products from Samsung's midrange smartphone category. Internal memory will have 64GB which we can increase with the help of microSD card.

Now the 32 GB and 64 GB models of the phone are available at Rs 15,990 and Rs 14,990 respectively. Numerous leaks we've been tracking in particular offer a little in respect to the design language, but a new set of renders may give users a clear look of how the devices might look like when they hit the market in a few months from now.

The iPhone X was effortlessly the most advertised and foreseen cell phone of 2017.

The price rate of the A8 2018, according to Samsung Vietnam, is 10.990.000 VND or $485 with Value-Added Tax included. The lack of fingerprint sensor is the biggest drawback in iPhone X. After they failed, Apple ditched the concept of Touch ID sensor in iPhone X. Finally, Apple is expected to achieve their goal of embedding the Touch ID sensor underneath the display. It's unclear where it will announce the phones this year, but the timing lines up with its traditional launches.

The Samsung Galaxy X is expected to come with a foldable OLED display.

Here are Top 7 Smartphones to look forward to 2018. The phone will come as successor of Sony Xperia XZ1.

Samsung could be on the verge of a major controversy centered on the battery of the Galaxy Note 8. The imaging aspects of the device comprise of a 16MP rear camera sensor with a wider f/1.7 aperture and digital image stabilization and dual selfie cameras comprising of 16MP and 8MP sensors with f/1.9 aperture and support for Live Focus for the bokeh mode.