Samsung announces Exynos 9810 flagship processor likely to power Galaxy S9

Allan Goodman
November 14, 2017

This will probably be the last software update that Samsung rolls out before the Android 8.0 Oreo update for the Galaxy S8 and S8+ smartphone.

Samsung Galaxy S5 2018 listed on Samsung's website now.

The same leaker, however, tweeted renders a few weeks ago that featured the purported design of Samsung's Galaxy A5 and Galaxy A7 mid-range handsets.

The rumored new Samsung Galaxy A5 appears to be quite near.

The rumours indicate that Galaxy A5 (2018) will have an Infinity display and Exynos 7885 processor.

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Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates! The FCC listing for Galaxy A5 (2018) was reported by MobileExpose, which points out the phone has the following FCC ID: A3LSMA530N. This includes the Galaxy A3, Galaxy A5, and Galaxy A7. The display on the handset will have an 18:5:9 aspect ratio, the exact size and resolution is not known as yet. If Samsung is doing that for its cheaper handsets, it could certainly also be planning similar designs for the Galaxy S9 and Note 9.

Samsung's A series of smartphones usually launch around the turn of the year, and 2018 editions are expected to follow the steps. As for the release date, the FCC certification showed that the smartphone will arrive in January or February 2018.

Citing "local news reports" in Korean media, The Investor asserts that next year's S9 devices will feature fingerprint sensors embedded on the rear of the devices. Looking at these pictures, the flagship is expected to get a dual-camera in a vertical position, which offers tremendous benefits.

Apart from the display, the FCC also listing reveals the hardware and software details that the smartphone may ship with. So there is a chance the Galaxy A series for 2018 could come with a new "Infinity Display" without any home button on the front.

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