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Samsung Galaxy A5 leaked render reveals 18:9 display, single camera

The upcoming mid-range phone from Samsung, the Samsung Galaxy A5 has received fresh leaks confirming its design. While the leaks are the renders of the phone’s cases, it confirms the presence of an 18:9 aspect ratio and a single camera setup.

The leaks spotted by Sammobile are renders of covers for the Samsung Galaxy A5. Earlier, the phone was spotted on TENAA certification website along with the Samsung Galaxy A7. Certain other leaks confirm the key specifications of this smartphone.

Samsung Galaxy A5 (2018) leaked specifications

Samsung Galaxy A5 2017

Samsung Galaxy A5 2017

Starting with the recently leaked design, the device is shown with an 18:9 aspect ratio. This means the Infinity display from Samsung flagships will come to the mid-range Samsung Galaxy A series smartphones.

In terms of optics, we can now say that the Samsung Galaxy A5 will come with a single camera setup and a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor. No leaks are there about the configuration of the camera but the leaked render shows a front-facing camera mounted on the right corner.

Coming to hardware, we may get to see an advanced Exynos processor fabricated on the 10nm design. Samsung is tipped to bring the Exynos 7885 on the 10nm fabrication process. We can safely say that a lower end processor on the same design will be there on the Samsung Galaxy A 5.

The device is tipped to come with an IP68 water and dust resistance and could possibly be introduced at the CES 2018. The leaked render also shows the presence of a dedicated Bixby button on the phone.

While the Samsung Galaxy A5 will be a mid-range contender, it will have a higher end variant too, dubbed as the Samsung Galaxy A7. The recent FCC listings also showed the Galaxy A7 featuring a better WiFi modem compared to the Galaxy A5.


Abhishek Bhatnagar

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