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Samsung Galaxy A8s debuts sans headphone jack

There are a bunch of firsts happening with the new midrange Samsung device the company just launched in China. It’s the first to feature the new 6.4-inch Infinity-O display with its distinctive “hole-punch” design for the phone’s 24-megapixel selfie camera located at the top left of the display. It is also the first Samsung phone to not have a headphone jack. With manufacturers dropping the headphone jack left and right, we forget that Samsung is one of the last remaining phone makers that still puts a headphone jack in their phones. But this might be the start of a change.

Samsung is trying out a new strategy of bringing new features into midrange devices first. The Galaxy A8s is a prime example for this. It runs on a Snapdragon 710 processor with either 6GB or 8GB of RAM and 128GB internal storage, which can be expanded up to 512GB via microSD. You get the same triple-camera setup as the Galaxy A7 in the back. Samsung will be offering pre-orders for this phone in China starting December 21st. There is no word yet if the handset will be made available outside of said country. But we might be seeing this form factor in the upcoming Galaxy S10 (both the Infinity-O display and headphone jack-less state). Nothing is confirmed yet but we’ll update when we hear more.

Source: The Verge


Here’s a better look at the Samsung Galaxy A8s

Yesterday we were talking about the almost all-screen phones we could expect from both Samsung and Huawei. Today we get a better look at the Samsung Galaxy A8s as the phone is getting its necessary clearance from China’s TENAA. It doesn’t reveal new details about the phone that hasn’t already been leaked. But we do get a better look at the front and rear of the phone. You see the 24-megapixel selfie camera hidden inside the tiny cutout on the top left corner of the 6.39-inch Infinity-O display. At the back, we see the rumoured triple camera setup: 24-megapixel main with f/1.7 aperture, 10-megapixel telephoto with f/2.4 aperture, and 5-megapixel depth with f/2.2 aperture. There’s also a fingerprint sensor and a white with deep blue gradient colour scheme. The phone is rumoured to be getting a Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 processor with 6GB of RAM and 3,300mAh battery.

Source: GSMArena


Samsung, Huawei tease upcoming all-screen phones with tiny cutouts

Trying to solve the notch issue has some manufacturers flexing their creative muscles a bit. One of the implementations we’re going to be seeing in the coming weeks come from Samsung and Huawei. Both companies have teased images of its upcoming Galaxy A8s and nova 4, respectively. Both sporting tiny cutouts for the front-facing camera, eliminating the need for a notch but still getting an almost full-screen experience sans extra movable parts. We’re going to hear more about these phones when Samsung launches the Galaxy A8s on December 10 (at least according to a post from their Weibo account) and on December 17 when Huawei launches the nova 4.

Source: SlashGear