The upcoming flagship smartphone from Samsung the Galaxy S9 is just around the corner. But before that comes out it looks like Samsung have a couple of new smartphones to offer to the market. Which includes the new Galaxy A 2018 series.

Samsung Galaxy A8 2018 layout 1 Samsungs Upcoming A8 2018 Model To Sport An 18:9 Display

The 2018 A series from Samsung will also offer two smartphones including the Galaxy A8 and the Galaxy A8+. Both of which are expected to launch by the end of this year. Aside from that Samsung is also rumored to not offer any other smartphone in their Galaxy A 2018 series, aside from the above mentioned phones.

Samsung also uploaded an online manual of it’s yet to be announced Galaxy A8 and Galaxy A8+ smartphones. That are also known as the Samsung SM-A530 and SM-A730 models, set to launch at the end of December. Though the exact date is still unknown. Not much is known about the specs on these upcoming Galaxy A 2018 series from Samsung. But Samsung will be bringing the new 18:9 display on both the Galaxy A8 and Galaxy A8+. Where the Galaxy A8 hands on experience was also recently leaked on YouTube.

Samsung Galaxy A8 2018 layout 2 Samsungs Upcoming A8 2018 Model To Sport An 18:9 Display

Aside from that both the phones will also come equipped with dual cameras at the front. While a single and dual SIM version will also be available. That will come with both an audio jack as well as a USB Type-C connector. Samsung Galaxy A series are still the best that Samsung has to offer after their Galaxy S lineup. Though it would be nice to see if Samsung also brought its bezel-less display to the Galaxy J series as well.

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The 18:9 display trend have caught quiet an interest from smartphone manufacturers. Reason why everyone to going for it including Xiaomi with its Redmi 5 and Redmi 5 Plus. That being an affordable smartphone still offers an 18:9 display.

Samsung Galaxy A8 2018 layout Samsungs Upcoming A8 2018 Model To Sport An 18:9 Display