Here's the chipset that could be powering the Samsung Galaxy S9

Galaxy S9 will not include in-display fingerprint scanner

Samsung Galaxy A5 with Infinity Display coming – Report

Even though we do not have any official news from Samsung yet, the Galaxy A5 is expected to be powered by Samsung's own Exynos 7885 SoC processor. According to the report, the Samsung Galaxy A5 will be running on Android Nougat 7.1.1 OS and will be receiving an upgrade to Android Oreo by next year.

The Infinity Display is one of the nicest aspects of the Galaxy S8 (Amazon, $718.99) and Samsung feels that other devices in its smartphone portfolio should get a test of this near edge-to-edge display. Bearing a Model number of SM-A530F, the Samsung Galaxy A5 was spotted on HTML5test Benchmark listing. The latest history is all about Samsung Galaxy J3 (2018) with with its 5 inch HD display having resolution of 1280x720p. The processing power in Samsung Galaxy J3 (2018) comes from a quad core 1.5GHz processor of unknown make.

In terms of optics, the Galaxy J3 (2018) could come with an 8MP rear camera with an LED flash and a 5MP front camera for selfies and video calling. There is no information about its battery or expandable memory in the listing. If you want to know more, read the full patent filing at this link.

Lewis Hamilton makes F1 retirement admission ahead of Brazilian Grand Prix
Recent improvements have boosted Bottas' prospects however, and he hopes 2018 will see him race on a par with his world champion team mate.

Despite the company keeping the phone's main feature - the display, mainly the same, it might not employ that one feature that we have all been waiting for and that was supposed to arrive in the current generation of the company's flagships - the embedded fingerprint scanner in the display.

Meanwhile, in January this year, Samsung had launched a variant called Galaxy J3 (2017) Emerge for the United States market that came with the model number SM-J327. As yet there are no details on what sort of camera the handset will feature. Previously, we've seen a number of markets, including the USA and China, receive Sammy phones powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon chipsets. While there is still time left before the launch of the Samsung Galaxy J3 (2018), it seems that the company is already working on its successor.

Latest News