We caught a glimpse of the Galaxy A5 (2018) and the Galaxy A7 (2018), now it’s time for a better look.

Check out the 18.5:9 Infinity Display on the front, it makes the phones look premium. Benchmark results so far have failed to reveal the resolution, but we’re probably looking at 1080p – or rather 1,080 x 2,220px to match the aspect ratio.

Samsung Galaxy A (2018) with Infinity Display
Samsung Galaxy A (2018) with Infinity Display

Around the back we find a single camera (dual camera will likely land on the 2019 model). The fingerprint reader is better positioned than on the Note. It’s still fairly close to the camera, but we think it’s better.

Samsung Galaxy A (2018) - single cam on the back, better fingerprint reader positioning
Samsung Galaxy A (2018) – single cam on the back, better fingerprint reader positioning

And finally, check out the sides and note the Bixby button – the much maligned button that launches Samsung’s digital assistant. Note that the smallest device of the series, the Galaxy A3 (2018), may miss out on some features – the Bixby button and the Infinity Display are in question.

Samsung Galaxy A (2018) - sides (note the Bixby button) Samsung Galaxy A (2018) - sides (note the Bixby button)

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