We have had a brief look at the hardware specifications of Galaxy A8, and this latest benchmarking leak outline the sort of performance we can expect from the mid-ranger.
Galaxy A8 Is Said to Feature an Exynos 7420, as Demonstrated From The Test Results
The benchmarking scores of Galaxy A8 are quite decent to be honest, and the details state the presence of 8 processing cores, thus giving more evidence that the smartphone will feature Exynos 7420. In case you didn’t know, the processor possesses a combination of Cortex-A57 and Cortex-A53 cores. The octa-core processor will be sufficient to get nearly everything done the same way they did with the company’s previous generation flagship, the Galaxy S6 so you will have tons of processor resources at your disposal, and that too at decent savings.
Though Galaxy A8 does not sport a QHD resolution like the Galaxy S6, it does have a Full HD resolution, and to be honest, it’s a good approach by Samsung, since it will not drain the battery life rapidly. We’re also hoping to see a Super AMOLED display, which will make colors appear sharper and vibrant than they do on other displays.
According to previous details, there’s also a 16MP rear shooter present and its states that video recording will be limited to 1080p. We’re not sure why this feature was just limited to 1080p because Exynos 7420 packs enough punch to record 4K videos effortlessly, so perhaps that limitation will be because of the camera sensor itself rather than the processor, to justify a lower price bracket.
However, we’re confident that the device is going to sport a much larger battery capacity than Galaxy S6, and coupled with the lower resolution, you’re pretty much looking at a Galaxy S6 clone minus a few tidbits, which is quite impressive to say the least.
Pricing and availability details have currently not been divulged unfortunately, but we could be looking at an affordable handset. What do you think of the latest benchmarking results of Galaxy A8? Tell us your thoughts right away.