Samsung Galaxy A8 Plus
Samsung Galaxy A8 Plus has been officially unveiled and will hit the shelves on Jan 20, 2018. The phone has a 6-inch display and is powered by an octa-core 2.2GHz processor, with 6GB of RAM and 64GB of memory expandable via a microSD card slot. The phone has dual front selfies cameras. It runs on Android Nougat OS out of the box.
Samsung Galaxy A8 Plus 2018 Smartphone was info in January 2018, comes with a 6-inch FHD Super AMOLED with a resolution of 2220 x 1080 pixels at a Pixel density of NA pixels per inch. The screen is also protected by an NA Scratch Resistant display.
The Samsung Galaxy A8 Plus 2018 runs Android 7.1 OS and is powered by a 3500 mAh battery. It’s a Dual SIM Smartphone, and connectivity options on the Samsung Galaxy A8 Plus 2018 include, GPS, HotSpot, NFC, Wifi, Bluetooth.
This phone and its smaller siblings are Samsung’s first to feature dual front cameras. There’s one with a 16-megapixel sensor and another with an 8-megapixel sensor, and both have F/1.9 apertures. A rear camera is a 16-megapixel unit with a f/1.7 aperture. While most companies boast upfront about how a second camera is different regarding its lens or sensor’s capabilities, we had to dig through Samsung’s documentation to discover that the second lens is intended to deliver better low-light performance. Surprisingly, video recording tops out at 1920×1080. There’s also no optical image stabilization for any of the cameras.Face Detection, HDR, Panorama Mode, Geo-tagging, Touch Focus, Digital Zoom, Video Recording. The smartphone also has a Front Facing Camera capable of shooting 16 + 8 MP selfies.
Samsung’s Bixby voice assistant takes up a page to the left of the first home screen and requires you to create a Samsung account which is a separate process. Interestingly, the Galaxy A8+ doesn’t get Bixby as a voice assistant – you only get reminders of your upcoming calendar appointments and panels for things like the weather and news. There’s no Bixby key on the side of the phone, and long-pressing the Home button brings up Google Assistant (or S-Voice if you choose), so Bixby as a feature isn’t the same as it Was been advertised on Samsung’s flagships.