New, official-looking renders of Samsung's thinnest device yet, the Galaxy A8, confirm rumored specs
f/1.9 aperture, a fingerprtint scanner embedded into the physical Home button on the front lower bezel, and a hearty, 3,050 mAh battery. The cell that Samsung has managed to fit is particularly impressive, given how thin the phone is — even if it's plenty large, at 5.7-inches (1080p). Other specs that have been suggested so far include an octa-core, Qualcomm Snapdragon 615 processor, and 2GB of RAM.To start off, the slender exterior is highlighted once again. That's not surprising, seeing as how the A8 is on path to becoming the slimmest Samsung device to date, at 0.23 inches (5.9 mm). The new renders also make mention of a 16-megapixel main camera with super-wide,
As we learned earlier today, the Galaxy A8 will cost the equivalent of about 439 EUR (~$483) in China, where it'll launch (we're told) on July 17. Right now, we have no information on whether the slick device will be made available outside of the Middle Kingdom, though it's certainly possible considering other members of the Galaxy A family are sold worldwide.
via: @OnLeaks (page now taken down)