Samsung's new Galaxy A8 and A8+ will be released in the first week of 2018
A couple of days ago, when Samsung announced its new Galaxy A8 and Galaxy A8+, it said that the phones would be available in "early January 2018." Now, we have an exact release date - at least for one market.
Samsung says that the Galaxy A8 (2018) family is going to be
launched on January 6 in
The Galaxy A8 (2018) and A8+ (2018) are Samsung's first mid-range smartphones to sport Infinity Displays: 5.6 inches and 6 inches, respectively, both with 1080 x 2220 pixel resolutions. Thanks to this, the two devices kind of resemble a Galaxy flagship, although they don't feature curved screens.
Unfortunately, even though they're launching in 2018, the Galaxy A8 and A8+ will come with Android 7 Nougat pre-installed, instead of the newer Android 8 Oreo. Nevertheless, it's likely that Samsung will update the phones to Oreo not long after launch.
We're expecting the new Samsung Galaxy A8 and Galaxy A8+ to be
widely available around the world after January 6. However, at this moment, it's
unclear if the handsets will be officially released in the