A leak asserts that the Samsung smartphone which has the model number SM-G8850 will be called “Galaxy A8 Star” while the model number SM-G8750 will be named “Galaxy S8 Lite”. The gadgets which have the model number SM-G8850 and SM-G8750 has gotten certifications by TENAA in China.
The posting has uncovered a significant portion of the details of these smartphones. Independently, the model number SM-G8850 has likewise appeared on benchmark site called AnTuTu that affirms the majority of the specs of the Galaxy A8 Star smartphone. Indeed, even SM-G8850 was seen on the Bluetooth SIG site, wearing the name Galaxy A Star. The posting demonstrates that the gadget will accompany Bluetooth v5.0, but nothing else is uncovered about the device from the Bluetooth accreditation posting.
Today we have seen the Galaxy A8 Star, with the model number SM-G8850 and the Galaxy S8 Lite model, the SM-G8750 one in the database of the Chinese 3C accreditation site. As indicated by the posting, both the gadgets will accompany quick charging 9.0V output at 1.67A (meaning 15W) and standard charging 5.0V at 2.0A (meaning 10W). The 3C accreditation doesn’t uncover some other points of interest concerning its specs.
According to the AnTuTu posting, the Samsung Galaxy A8 Star will get its power from the Snapdragon 660 processor combined with Adreno 512 GPU. Furthermore, the gadget will accompany 4GB worth of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. The smartphone will have Android 8.0 Oreo as its operating system and will have a 5.8-inch display powered by a 3000mAh battery. It will also accompany a fingerprint scanner and will be accessible in two colors: black and blue.
The Galaxy S8 Lite will include a reused Galaxy S8 plan for design. It is reputed to have a Snapdragon 660 processor with 4GB worth of RAM, 64GB of expandable storage, a 3,000mAh battery and 12MP camera on the back. The S8 Lite is relied upon to accompany an Android 8.0 Oreo operating system.
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