Alleged renders of the Samsung Galaxy A5 and A7 (2018) have emerged yet again. In the latest portion of leaks, the two upper mid-range handsets are wrapped in clear protective cases, leaving little to the imagination.
The source of these images is a third-party case maker who supposedly is in the know about the looks of the two devices. Samsung has a history of sticking to the same design for its A series, so the only visual difference between the pair will probably be in the size department. In case you're wondering, the phone with the teal case shell is designated as the A5 on Slasheaks, while the rest of the images allegedly depict the A7.
While we feel obliged to remind you that these renders are unofficial and should be taken with a grain of salt, the images are very much in line with what we've seen before. The handsets feature an Infinity Display with minuscule bezels at the front, while at the back, we can see the positioning of the fingerprint scanner and single main camera.
We can't say much about the specs of the upcoming Galaxy A5, but a recent Geekbench listing revealed that the A7 (2018) will likely sport a 14nm octa-core Exynos 7885 chipset, a Mali-G71 GPU, and 6GB of RAM.
Samsung is expected to reveal the new Galaxy A smartphones this December or in January of next year. Four smartphones that we know of will be part of the new 2018 lineup: Galaxy A3, Galaxy A5, Galaxy A7 and Galaxy A8.