Samsung Galaxy A8 Leaks

 

The Samsung machine shows no signs of slowing with the top smartphone manufacturer never resting between giving us handsets. The Samsung Galaxy S6 is flying off shelves and we are eagerly awaiting the Galaxy Note 5, but that is not all Samsung will deliver as the latest Samsung Galaxy A8 leaks prove.

 

With so many leaks about the Samsung Galaxy A8 out there we can certainly get a good glimpse of what to expect from Samsung on their follow-up to the A7 and here we take a look at everything we know so far,

 

Samsung Galaxy A8 Design

 

Galaxy A8 design

 

The design of the Samsung Galaxy A8 will retain the metal trim seen on its predecessor however it looks like this could be the thinnest Samsung smartphone so far measuring in at just 5.9mm. The dimensions have been trimmed down even more with a slimmer bezel surrounding the screen giving an almost edge-to-edge display.

 

The physical home button is still present and offers the dual function of acting as the fingerprint scanner for added security for the handset.

 

Samsung Galaxy A8 Specifications

 

The Samsung Galaxy A8 takes a step-up in specifications when compared to the A7 with a larger 5.7-inch touchscreen display and a Snapdragon 615 chip set; a 1.5GHz ocatore processor for plenty of power under the hood as well as 32GB of on board storage space. If that isn’t enough room for you there is a microSD card slot for cards up to 128GB which should satisfy anyone that loves taking photos or downloading apps.

 

Samsung Galaxy A8 video leak

 

4G capability will please users that love streaming and the battery is a 3050mAh power pack to give what is cited as a two day usage time (that is very dependent on what usage so that could be a generous estimate).

 

The camera package is looking good too with a 16-megapixel lens on the back and a 5-megapixel snapper on the front including lots of features and technology Samsung is known for in the camera industry.

 

Written by: Carmel Brown

The overall specification of the phone may not be flagship worthy but the specifications and design make for a pretty decent phone so if you don’t want to splash out on the top model you won’t be disappointed with the Samsung Galaxy A8 performance.

 

What do you think of the Samsung Galaxy A8? Would you choose this phone instead of the S6? Does the larger screen make this more appealing than the Note range? Tell us your thoughts on these Samsung phones by commenting below or join the conversation on Google+.

 

Written by: Carmel Brown

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