Samsung is all set to unveil its first notch-less smartphone in China. The South Korean Electronics giant is ready to bring Galaxy A8 phones in China today. One of the most talked features of the device will be infinity O-display. This implies that while smartphone will not have any notches whatsoever, there will be an O-shaped hole on the display for the camera. Notably, Huawei is already up with the competition where it is planning to launch a device with a similar screen on December 17.

Samsung Galaxy A8 Rumored Specifications and Display

Samsung earlier showcased the number of Infinity design possibilities, which was a hint of implementing camera on all its future devices without a notch. The pictures leaked of A8 have shown very thin bezels and almost an infinity design. Let’s see how far Samsung goes with the display.

The specifications of the Galaxy A8 are expected to be of high-end. The smartphone is expected to feature a Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 chipset along with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal memory. Samsung always boasts about its micro-SD slot so it will hardly miss out on one and you will get a microSD card slot with up to 512GB support. The Samsung device will also sport a 6.3-inch FullHD+ display with 1080 x 2340 pixels resolution.

The Expected Triple Camera Setup

The optics will also play a major role for Samsung since the company is known for quality photography. But the recent change in A-series devices has seen Samsung opt for multiple sensors on the rear end. We witnessed quad-camera setup on the previous smartphone of the A-series and we are expecting a triple camera setup on this one including a 24-MP primary lens, a 10-MP wide-angle lens, and a 5-MP depth sensor. Most of the tipsters and experts are expecting a 24MP selfie camera from the front hole in the device.

Samsung A8’s design will come out as a pre-show for its upcoming 10th anniversary of Galaxy S series. The Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10 plus are lined up for earlier next year and the mid-range Galaxy A8 will uncover several things about the flagship device.