Have a look at these jaw-dropping Galaxy A5/A7 2018 renders

Samsung is gearing up to unveil two new smartphones in the Galaxy A series. The Galaxy A5 2018 and the Galaxy A7 2018 are in works at the moment. Samsung has been improving the Galaxy A lineup over the course of past 2 years. Galaxy A lineup is quite popular among the users who want to get an affordable smartphone with some good specifications. Samsung seems to be planning a surprise for the Galaxy A fans this time around.

OnLeaks, a reputed leakster, teamed up with MySmartPrice to pull out the Galaxy A5 2018 and Galaxy A7 2018 renders. They also released a 360-degree video showing the smartphones from all the sides. The renders have been put together keeping in view the leaked information about these smartphones. As it came out a few days back that Samsung is going to use Infinity Display on the upcoming Galaxy A series, the renders show us the same.

Both the Galaxy A5 and the Galaxy A7 2018 have a 5.5-inch and 6.0-inch Infinity Display with no home-button in place. These phones have got a design overhaul. They look similar to the Galaxy S8. The dimensions of the Galaxy A5 2018, according to the renders are 148.8 x 70.5 x 8.4mm and the dimensions of the Galaxy A7 2018 are 159.6 x 75.6 x 8.2mm.

There is no camera bump on these smartphones either. An interesting thing to note in the renders is that the leakster forgot to add an LED flash at the back. These phones will definitely have an LED flash, you do not need to get confused with the no presence of LED flash below the camera. You can find the fingerprint scanner accompanying the camera though. There is going to be a Bixby button beside the volume rocker, but the renders miss the Bixby button as well.

As far as the hardware is concerned, both these phones are expected to come with Exynos 7885 or Snapdragon 660 CPU. A RAM of 4 GB is expected and internal storage should be started around 32 GB. Galaxy A5 2018 and Galaxy A7 2018 will run on Android 7.1.1 Nougat out of the box. Both the phones will be protected from water and dust with the help of IP68 certification. As of now, we do not have a release date of these smartphones. Don’t forget to look at these pictures with a grain of salt since we cannot confirm anything based on the renders only.

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