Slip up #2: Samsung 'accidentally' confirms the existence of the Galaxy A7 (2018)

Just a few days ago, Samsung accidentally confirmed the existence of its upcoming Galaxy A5 (2018) mid-ranger by inadvertently listing it on its own website. True, nothing of importance like specs or features got revealed, but the leak willy-nilly confirmed Samsung's successful mid-ranger exists.

Well, the same just happened with the Galaxy A7 (2018) as well - what's expected to be Samsung's mid-range flagship for next year got listed on the company's Russian website revealing the model name of the device, SM-A730F, which falls in line with the rest of the Gaalxy A-series model numbers.

Although nothing else about the device is revealed from the leaked product page, we do happen to know a couple of intriguing things about it. For starters, it is expected to boast the new Exynos 7892 chipset, a 14nm octa-core solution with 2x A73 + 6x A53 cores, and whole lot of 6GB of RAM, which is still a Galaxy Note 8-exclusive hardware feature. 

We've also heard that the A7 (2018) could be scoring a Galaxy S8-like Infinity display with minimal bezels on the sides, though we are yet to see any real physical evidence backing those claims, all we have are a bunch of renders that you can check out right below. 

source: via SamMobile



1. Sparkxster

Posts: 1262; Member since: Mar 31, 2017

Both look impressive for midrange devices!

2. matistight

Posts: 1055; Member since: May 13, 2009

Forgetting something??? (where is the camera flash???)

3. Subie

Posts: 2452; Member since: Aug 01, 2015

Those are just artistic renders, and not actual leaked images of a real device.

4. Subie

Posts: 2452; Member since: Aug 01, 2015

If this phone ships with 6GB of ram, then it definitely puts to rest the idea that the Galaxy S9 might ship with just 4.

5. airoid

Posts: 134; Member since: Dec 13, 2016

The A series have impressive battery life. Wish they support us LTE bands. I'll stand in line for it haha.

6. gamehead unregistered

I want the official specs already

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