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.
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.Well, the same just happened with the
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.