Samsung Galaxy A8s to Come with Infinity-O Display

Samsung Galaxy A8s could be first smartphone to sport O-Infinity Display

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Earlier this month Samsung launched various display technology including ‘new infinity’ and ‘O-Infinity’ and the recently popped leaks suggests the Samsung is going to use O-Infinity display on their mid-range device first before trying it in the Samsung Galaxy S10.

O-Infinity display looks like a punch hole in the display. The display is all around the camera sensor so you can feel display all way around. In My Opinion, O-Infinity display looks much better than the Big notches.

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Samsung used to avoid the notch from last two years and finally, Samsung has to adopt the notch as there is no new tech available at this moment to minimize the bezels. Samsung is working on the Under Display Camera Technology but that won’t be ready until 2020.

Alleged Images of Samsung Galaxy A8s shows the punch hole in the display with display all around. The hole will house the front camera. The cutout will be in centre and not in the corner. As Samsung planned to go with the O-Infinity display, company will be able to achieve significantly higher screen to body ration in the Samsung Galaxy A8s. Sources say that Samsung’s upcoming flagship will have the same cutout in the screen.

Samsung does have 4 display technology which they announced and available for the third party. All the display technology you can see in the picture below.

Samsung Galaxy A8s Expected Specifications:

Samsung Galaxy A8s could sport the 6-inch FullHD+ Super AMOLED display with a significantly higher screen to body ratio. The device could be powered by the Snapdragon 660 or the latest Snapdragon 710. The Galaxy A8s could be packed with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage.

Samsung Galaxy A8s is expected to go official next year in the first quarter. Probably before the Galaxy S10 Launch.


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