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A new leak claims that the Samsung smartphone with the model number SM-G8850 will be called as the Galaxy A8 Star while the SM-G8750 will be called Galaxy S8 Lite. The S8 Lite is relied upon to accompany an Android 8.0 Oreo operating system. The smartphone has reportedly passed the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) certification. According to a report by SamMobile, while both Galaxy J4 and Galaxy J6 will look very similar to Galaxy S9, the screen sizes will be different along with other hardware specifications. The TENAA listing revealed that A8 Lite and A8 Star Lite will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 chipset paired with 4GB RAM and 64GB of internal storage which is expandable. The Galaxy J6 will be coming with 5.6-inch HD+ (1480 x 720 pixels) display with 18.5:9 aspect ratio and will be powered by Exynos 7870 octa-core processor.


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. There's also a 3000mAh battery, LTE connectivity, dual SIM slots, 13MP rear camera, and a 5MP selfie shooter with LED flash. The feature essentially creates a 3D model of your fingerprint that allows for far more accuracy and security compared to a 2D sensor. While the Galaxy J6 is mentioned to launch on May 25th, there is no information about the launch date of Galaxy J4. The question, however is whether it will be the first Samsung smartphone to accommodate the feature, as they have been conflicting reports on whether or not the Galaxy Note 9 will debut the Samsung in-display fingerprint scanner. However, it's unknown whether the company will use an LCD or Super AMOLED panel. There will be a 13MP camera at the back along with an 8MP front camera with 4G support. Under the hood is the Exynos 7570 quad-core processor coupled with 2GB/3GB of RAM. The Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ feature designs that are almost identical to their predecessors, and the Note 9 is expected to follow suit.



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