Samsung Galaxy A5 (2018) gets FCC certified
During the past two months, we heard that Samsung is working on an ‘A series’ smartphone for 2018. This smartphone also spotted on benchmark with the model no SM-A530N. The Galaxy A5 2017 has the model number of SM-A520N so it is clear that the SM-A530N indicates Galaxy A5 (2018). Recently, a smartphone with the same model number (SM-A530N) cleared the FCC certification to pick up US sales license which means you will surely meet with Galaxy A5 2018 next year. Below we pictured the board which is displaying that device with the FCC ID ‘A3LSMA530N’.
According to the benchmark listing, Samsung Galaxy A5 (2018) sports a 5.5 inches display which is made sharper and brighter with 1080 x 2160 pixels resolution. It will be based on Exynos 7885 chipset which is manufactured by the company itself to support its middle range smartphone. Its 4GB RAM offers you to enjoy some more heavy games. The Galaxy A5 2018 will be powered by Android OS, 7.1.1 (Nougat). Unfortunately we have nothing to say about the price. But for the launch date it is said that the SM-A530N will be made official in the first quarter of 2018.
As we know that the Galaxy S9 will be launched earlier in 2018 and if the Company will launch Galaxy A5 (2018) in the earlier time then it will bring double fun to you. Stay tuned and get latest updates.