An All Round Perfomer Samsung Galaxy A8 Review

The Samsung has created a big market in India and has won the hearts of Indian buyers. Only complaint about Samsung phones was its similar design of all phones. Now Samsung has introduced a new phone in it’s a series i.e. Samsung Galaxy A8. This phone doesn’t look like all Samsung phones and has little changes in its design and proportions. It also contains a fingerprint reader feature. The front of the A8 looks similar to that of all Samsung phones but the metallic finish over the edges and buttons looks different and fantastic. The edges are more curved and sharp. The Samsung always uses a solid home button in its phones and same in the A8. The fingerprint reader feature is given in its home button which adds more security to the phone.

An All Round Perfomer Samsung Galaxy A8 Review



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The Samsung uses 1.8 GHz Snapdragon octa core processor for international markets while in India it uses Korean company’s octa-core Exynos with 2GB of ram and 32GB of internal storage. The phone is 4G and uses 2 sim slots. The Samsung contains the latest version of Android 5.1.1. UI has also been improved. The Samsung A8 has 16MP of rear camera and 5MP of front facing camera. We already know that Samsung is known for their camera quality.The camera is quite impressive and captures good photos in low lights also. Zoomed photos also reveal a lot of detail. Close ups quality will also be impressive. Video capturing is also good and captures good quality of videos even in motion.  The 3050 mAh battery is powered to the phone which is quite impressive. 

An All Round Perfomer Samsung Galaxy A8 Review.

The reviews are coming good from the sources and this phone will definitely impress the people. It is well designed, easy to use, fast processing, unique looks and much more. If you are looking for a high quality performance device then this is the best phone and should be on the top of your list



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