Friday, July 29, 2016

Samung Galaxy A8 Review, Pros and Cons

2015 version of the Galaxy A8 was the thinnest Samsung smartphone and now, the manufactures are lunched an upgrade of the sequel, the Galaxy A8 (2016) version, the device was benchmarked by GFXbench and the result shows that the latest Samsung device features a 5.1-Inch display, 1080 x 1920 pixel resolution, powered with an Exynos 7420 chipset (an octa-core 2.1GHz processor and the Mali-T760 MP8 GPU).

The smartphone is coming along with an internal storage space of 32GB and can still be expandable using microSD card up o 128GB with a ram size of 3GB to boost the device performance and improve user experience. A high quality 16MP back camera with LED Flash, auto focus, geo-tagging and 5MP front facing selfie camera.

The Galaxy A8 2016 runs on Android 6,0 Marshmallow OS and supports wireless connection such as Bluetooth, Wifi, Hotspot, GPS, NFC and a cable connection of MicroUSB cable. The smartphone is expected to carry a price tag of around $205.

You can choose to customize the way you use your phone with the Galaxy A8’s hybrid SIM slot, which lets you make use of a Nano USIM or a microSD card. Operate with two different phone numbers at once or add memory with a Micro SD card.

The A8 comes in multi colors (Gold, Black and White) and has a long lasting 3050mAH non-removable battery that can withstand a talktime of 17 hours on 3G, up to 10 hours internet browsing on 3G, 13 hours video play back time and up to 51 hours audio play back.

You can protect your private data with the Galaxy A8’s innovative touch sensor. A fingerprint scanner that lets you enjoy safe and secure access to your most sensitive data needed for web log-ins, account verifications and payment-related pages.
Samung Galaxy A8 Pros
  • Long lasting battery
  • Fast internet browsing
  • Quality Camera
  • Quality sound output
  • S-Voice support
  • Beautiful design
  • Fingerprint recognition
Samung Galaxy A8 Cons
  • Non-removable battery
  • No Spen support
  • Not scratch resistant 
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