Samsung’s China-Bound Galaxy A8 Is Its Thinnest Smartphone Yet

Samsung’s China-Bound Galaxy A8 Is Its Thinnest Smartphone Yet

By Jon Russell Samsung has quietly launched its sveltest smartphone yet after the Galaxy A8 was announced in China today. At just 5.9mm thick, it bests the Galaxy A5 and Galaxy A3, Samsung’s previously leanest phones, on the thinness front and has a design inspired by its older siblings. Read More

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