Samsung is really strengthening it’s hold on the market and one of the ways the smartphone giant is doing this is by refreshing their old devices. We have already seen the refresh of the Galaxy On5, and following the same naming pattern, we now have the Samsung Galaxy A8 (2016), a remake of the original version which was also marketed under the same name.
Listed as SM-A810, the device was spotted on GeekBench and touted to be the 2016 successor to the previous Galaxy A8. For this remake, Samsung has reduced the screen from the former 5.7 inches to a new 5.1 inches but they have kept the 1080p resolution intact.
Beneath the surface, there is the locally made Exynos 7420 chipset and the listing also suggests that the device would be coupled with a RAM and ROM of 3GB and 32GB respectively. The back is decorated with a 16MP snapshooter and on the front is the 5MP camera for selfie lovers and video calling.
While the release date is not sure yet, you should be prepared to shell out about $205 when the device hits the shelves