Samsung Galaxy A8 Star and Galaxy A8 Lite have been spotted on China's 3C (Compulsory Certification of China) certification website, suggesting the handsets could launch soon.
Samsung Galaxy A8 Star and Galaxy A8 Lite TENAA listing, however, confirmed most of the specifications of the two phones. The 3C listing does not reveal details about the devices, except that they will support 15W charging.
The Samsung Galaxy A8 Star was earlier spotted on the Bluetooth SIG Certification website and also popped up on TENAA revealing some of the specifications. Now, South Korean media reports that Samsung is rather inclined to include in-display fingerprint scanner technology with the Galaxy S10 rather than the Galaxy Note 9, as the latter is expected to be unveiled sometime in August.
The Samsung Galaxy A8 Star is tipped to become the successor of the Samsung Galaxy A8 Plus (2018) that was launched in India this year at Rs 32,999. Others believe it comes down to a phone's processor performance, or the amount of RAM, or how much storage ...
Meanwhile, the Galaxy J4 is tipped as a traditional 16:9 affair with a 5.5-inch 720p display and thick borders, which a prematurely revealed user manual appears to corroborate. It will come with a fingerprint scanner and will be available in two colour variants - Black and Blue.
This will apparently also be known as the Galaxy Express Prime 3 to the carrier's prepaid customers while eyeing availability on Verizon, T-Mobile and Sprint as well. Both the devices are expected to be announced in China on May 21. Both the smartphones will ship with Android 8.0 Oreo out-of-the-box.
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