Samsung has offered a smartphone are a class of mobile phones and of multi-purpose mobile computing devices (Samsung Galaxy A8s) with an 'Infinity-O design' which basically means the 24MP, f/2.0 front-facing camera is a stingy cut out in the screen rather than sitting in a notch which cuts into the screen from the top of the device.
The screen on the new Samsung Galaxy A8s apportions 6.4" (1080×2340) and as the camera hole is less than 7mm wide, you get more of an edge-to-edge screen design. Plus, the bezels look lyrical thin, too.
Turn the smartphone over and you find a triple lens set-up that consists of a 24MP, f/1.7 main sensor, 10MP, f/2.4 telephoto lens and a 5MP, f/2.2 astuteness sensor (similar to the Samsung Galaxy A7 we recently reviewed).
Inside is the Snapdragon 710 chipset (same as the new Nokia 8.1) as well as either 6/8RAM and 128GB of storage which can be embellished with a microSD memory card. The battery measures 3,400 mAh and the smartphone supports USB-C.
There seem to be three appearances available (blue, green and grey), all of which have a slight gradient to them, and it can be pre-ordered in China until 21 December 2019. No specifies on price as of yet but they have beat Huawei with the release who also said they were going to introduce a smartphone with a 'notch-free' smartphone in December.
(Via GSM Arena and Samsung China)