Samsung Galaxy A8+ shows its first real image

Samsung Galaxy A8+ has recently appeared on the famous Chinese social network Weibo, showing for the first time in two real shots. These photos below confirm several rumours that have surfaced in recent weeks, starting with the name of the terminal.

As we reported some time ago, it seems that Samsung has changed the nomenclature of its Galaxy A5 and A7 smartphones, opting for the more practical A8 and A8+ smartphones, to align the name with the reference year. The Galaxy A8+ (2018) is therefore the smartphone that until a few weeks ago was called Galaxy A7 (2018). In any case, this device should not reach the European market, which will only receive the Samsung Galaxy A8 (2018), the successor to the A5 range.

Samsung Galaxy A8+ image

Samsung Galaxy A8+ Features

The new images confirm the presence of a huge Infinity Display and a design in line with that of the Galaxy S8 series terminals, although in this case there does not appear to be any indication of lateral curvature on the screen. On the other hand, there are two front cameras, while it is not possible to assume the type of photo module integrated in the rear, as it is not shown by the shots. Finally, the configuration menu shows another confirmation of the smartphone’s identity, where you can read the acronym SM-A730, which has already emerged in recent months.

In short, the Samsung Galaxy A8 and A8+ family of smartphones is increasingly approaching the high-end reference series, offering the most popular solutions introduced on Samsung premium handsets in more affordable price ranges. Now all you have to do is wait until the terminals are formalised and there may not be much time left.

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