Samsung is yet to launch the device with the notch display but it seems that wait is going to be over soon. With the introduction of the new infinity display, Infinity-V, Infinity-U, Infinity-O, and new infinity displays. In this series, Infinity-V and Infinity-U will be similar to the notch display but the cutouts are smaller than the regular waterdrop notch. While Infinity-O and new infinity displays is a completely new design display from Samsung. As per the latest news, Samsung will be launching Samsung Galaxy A8s with Infinity-O display.
The latest leak in this regard thankfully comes from a reputable source, who claims that the Galaxy A8s will have an Infinity-O design panel with the camera and sensor hole in the top left corner.
It may be the world’s first hole in the screen smartphone: Galaxy A8s pic.twitter.com/dBQfgUXed2
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As per the earlier reports Samsung Galaxy A8s was expected to come with Infinity-U notch design display while new information suggests something completely different.
The latest leaked photo does serve a great overall purpose, since unlike previous leaks, it only shows the glass panel, or perhaps a screen protector, without the rest of the display assembly. This makes it a lot easier to actually get a feel for the new “hole in the display” design that is coming to Samsung devices in the near future, one way or another. Speaking of which, the source also throws a February 2019 date out there – a typical time frame for a Galaxy S flagship announcement. This could rule out the A8s bit of the leak. Then again, it might not, since the S10 has been rumoured to come tardy on several occasions. Bottom line here – this is what Infinity-O will probably look like when and where it first pops up.
As per the lots of rumours and reports that suggest the Sam sung Galaxy A8s will be powered by a Snapdragon 660 chipset although, there’s a possibility that we see a more powerful SD670 or even SD675 paired with 6GB of RAM and up to 128GB of internal storage. The back panel will boast a triple-camera setup.
If this news becomes reality than Samsung will be the first smartphone company which will be launching this design and hopefully that will change the trend of the market.