Late last month, Samsung introduced a trio of new handsets including the Galaxy A8s. While Samsung didn’t provide the specs for the phone, it did say that the unit would carry “first-time adoption” technology. A teaser produced by the manufacturer showed what appeared to be a bezel-less all screen display without a notch. At the time, tipster Ice Universe said that Samsung would place a small cutout in a top corner of the display for the front-facing camera.
The Samsung Galaxy A8s is rumored to have the Snapdragon 710 Mobile Platform under the hood, along with 6GB of RAM inside. The handset is believed to be among the first from Samsung to have an aspect ratio of 19.5:9, and keeping the lights on could be a 3000mAh battery. On back, the phone will reportedly feature a vertically mounted tri-camera setup. Germany’s All About Samsung published some concept renders (translated) of the Galaxy A8s, which you’ll find at the top of this article. If the screen protector and the concept renders are legit, the Galaxy A8s just might be the first phone from Samsung to use the Infinity O panel.