Friday, 24 November, 2017

Samsung Galaxy A5 (2018) receives FCC certification

Samsung Galaxy A5 (2018) receives FCC certification Samsung Galaxy A5 (2018) receives FCC certification
Theresa Hayes | 13 November, 2017, 10:23

Apart from that, the phone will also come with the Exynos 7885 chipset, Bluetooth 5.0 (which is quite handy, since the S8 was the first smartphone to feature the device and the battery saving capabilities of the tech will make for a consumer's delight).

Samsung's "Exynos 9810" chip is the successor to its first Exynos 9 arrangement chip - the 8895 which powers flagsip gadgets like Galaxy S8 and Note 8. The Galaxy A5 (2016) that arrived in December 2015 had a model number of SM-A510.

Scorching rumours about a new processor before the launch of its Galaxy S9 next year, Samsung has quietly introduced its latest 'Exynos 9810′ chipset.

Coming to the Galaxy A7, AndroidHeadlines reports the phone has the model name "SM-A730F", and while the FCC listing does not reveal any of the specifications, the model name is similar to the version spotted on GFXBench. For your reference, the Galaxy A5 (2017) had a model number of SM-A520, while the Galaxy A5 (2016) bears a model number of SM-A510. The Samsung Galaxy A5 is expected to come with a 5.5-inch 1080x2160 pixel and a 18:9 ratio display. Probably some of the most critical features of the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy Note8 were fingerprint sensors, positioned to the right of the camera at the top, a hard place to access in numerous normal usage situations.

The Galaxy A7 (2018) is rumored to arrive with same specs as Galaxy A5 (2018).

South Korean smartphone manufacturing giant Samsung is reportedly working on some of their mid-range premium smartphones from A-series with a revamped design pattern. The certification also confirms that the phone would come loaded with dual-band WiFi support and it will bear an e-label for its FCC-mandated disclaimers. Samsung hasn't added the curved display on to any of its other lines of products, so it's likely that this new device will be added to the S line-up. Again we'll have to wait and see if this turns out to be true.