By the end of the year, Samsung introduced another phone, the Galaxy A8, but it is a cell phone that ‘testira’ the features that could be seen on the next top model – Galaxy S9. As stated by Samsunga, the A8 has got a double camera from the back but also from the front, which is not so common among today’s cell phones, and rumors suggest that S9 should just have this kind of system with four cameras.
Samsung has already introduced the Live Focus option we’ve seen on the great Note 8, and it is now on the front A8 camera. This allows users to easily adjust the bokeh effect before or after shooting to get the best quality photos. Otherwise, this is a photograph with a blurred background where portraits come in the foreground. The A8 front camera will have 16 and 8 megapixels with f / 1.9 aperture, and users will be able to choose what type of selfie they want to record. On the other side of the phone there will be 16 megapixel cameras with f / 1.7 aperture which should allow great night pictures. There are also different effects and stickers and modes. The video will have digital image stabilization.
As is the case today, the A8 has a 18: 9 screen and 5.6 inches (1080 x 2020 pixels), and the glass that protects the phone is slightly curved on the edges. As far as specifications are concerned, there is an eighth processor, 4GB of RAM and 32/64 GB of memory, and a 3000 mAh battery. Although the device is just announced, it does not come with Android 8, but 7.1.1. In addition, the phone is splashproof and dustproof (IP68). The sale comes on January 19th.