Samsung was founded in 1969 in South Korea, Suwon. Samsung released its first ever Android smartphone back in 2009, and also launched their first Android tablet in 2010. Among other smartphones in the market today, Samsung is one of the biggest players among other smartphones company. The Samsung A8+ is the latest smartphone that was released in December 2017.
Samsung Galaxy A8+ 2018 DESIGN
Samsung A8+ features its design from Galaxy s8 but with different bezels infinity display due to its cost. Samsung A8+ measures 149 x 70.6 x 8.4mm with curved rear edges. The newly released Samsung A8+ also retained the position of the headphone jack, which is slightly alongside the USB-C port.
A Plus DISPLAY
The Samsung A8+ comes with a 5.6-inch super HD AMOLED display with 1080 x 2220 resolution and 18:9 aspect ratio. The Samsung A8+ is punchy, colorful, and bright which makes it great for long games and movie marathons. The rounded corners are reminiscent of LG G6. The new Samsung A8+ also features tree cameras.
THE CAMERA, OS, BATTERY, AND POWER
There is f.1.7, 16MP snapper on the back, while in front you will find an 8MP sensor alongside the 16MP camera. The Samsung A8+ comes with a 4GB RAM and octa-core Exynos 7885 chipset. It was found that this smartphone is the snappiest for app opening speeds, multi-tasking, and general navigation. Samsung A8+ runs on an Android 7.1.1 Nougat operating system, which is not the latest version of Google’s operating systems. The battery also comes with a 3,000mAh, which is same as the power pack found in Galaxy s8.
Samsung Galaxy A8+ Price
From 500$ – 600$
The Samsung A8+ is one of the best reliable smartphones created. The smartphone also comes with some shortcuts and unique features such as the holding palm, this shortcut allows you to take pictures by just holding your palm directly in front of the front camera for just a few seconds. Samsung A8+ also has a few other Samsung apps such as Galaxy apps, Samsung Health, Samsung connect, and Samsung members. Samsung A8+ also comes with some Microsoft apps including Linkedin, Word, OneDrive, Powerpoint, and Excel.