Samsung Galaxy A8 : the thinnest Galaxy ever leaked images, being certified by TENNA

23 Jun

At this moment, Samsung’s skinniest Galaxy smartphone which is officially announced is the Galaxy A7, a device that’s only has 6.3 mm thin. But this will soon be topple by the new Samsung Galaxy A8, which is even thinner than Galaxy A7, measuring 158 x 76.77 x 5.94 mm – thus this is Samsung’s Galaxy first smartphone to have a very thickness of just 6 mm.

Samsung Galaxy A8 2

But there is no any confirmation by Samsung about samsung Galaxy A8 yet, Galaxy A8 already certified by China’s Telecommunication Equipment Certification Center (aka TENAA).TENAA is confirming that the Galaxy A8 (model number SM-A8000) is less then 6 mm thin, while also confirming many of its features.

Here are the specification of Samsung Galaxy A8 :

Screen:5.7-inch Super AMOLED display with 1080 x 1920Display
System chip:1.5 GHz octa-core Snapdragon 615 processor
Platform: Android 5.1 Lollipop
Storage: 16GB internal storage, expandable memory with microSD
Main camera: 16 MP camera ,LED flash
Front cam: 5MP  camera
Battery: 3050 mAh battery

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The Samsung Galaxy A8 is a metal frame built, and kind of looks like a larger Samsung Galaxy S6.

Not only at TENNA, The Samsung Galaxy A8 also recently approved by the FCC. However, the Samsung Galaxy A8 that visited the FCC only has support for LTE band, which means it’s a China-bound model. I don’t have any clue about when Samsung will announce the Galaxy A8, but it should going pretty soon.

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