Update: The Samsung Galaxy A8s is confirmed to be launched on December 10th in China which we have been waiting for a while. We have been getting news on the launch of Huawei’s Nova 4 smartphone with the Infinity-O display on 17th of December and expected it to be the first one to do so, but the South Korean Giant has confirmed the launch and it is going to be before its competitor.
Well, the Samsung Galaxy A8s has been leaking from many days now after it was teased at a launch event with an image of it showing a display hole for the selfie camera and edge-to-edge design. Since then the device has been leaking and the recent leak is an image of it showing its screen protector. Not the latest news is the device has passed through FCC just before the official announcement in December.
The screenshot from FCC documents reveals the phones 19:5:9 aspect ratio display along with a display hole on the left top corner. The device comes with the model number SM-G8870 and also shows support for adaptive fast charging (5V-2A/9V-1.67A) which is similar to what we have seen on other mid-range smartphones. According to the earlier leaks, the Samsung Galaxy A8s is rumored to come with a 6.3-inch display with Full HD+ (2340 x 1080 pixels) with 2.5D glass on top.
Under the hood, it is said to be coming with a Snapdragon 710 10nm Mobile Platform (Dual 2.2GHz Kryo 360 + Hexa 1.7GHz Kryo 360 CPUs) coupled with 6GB of RAM and Adreno 616 GPU. The onboard storage is said to be 128GB which can be extended further up to a maximum of 512GB via microSD card slot. It is said to be coming with Android 8.0 Oreo operating system and might get further updates.
On the camera front, there will be a 24MP rear camera with LED flash along with a 10MP secondary camera with 120-degree Ultra Wide camera and 5MP f/2.2 depth camera. On the from there could be a 24MP selfie sensor along with a fingerprint sensor to enhance the security levels. There will be a 3400mAh battery to power the device with adaptive fast charging technology. Comment in the section below if you have any queries and stay tuned to PhoneRadar for more.