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The Galaxy A5 (2018) listing reveals that the smartphone will bear a model number of SM-A530N.

Rumours are circulating that the Galaxy A5 that it will be receiving the Infinity Display treatment borrowed from the Samsung Galaxy S8.

The first leak appeared on LinkedIn from Samsung's former employee who has worked for camera systems for the Galaxy S lineup and lists development of a new sensor for the S9. The display on the handset will have an 18:5:9 aspect ratio, the exact size and resolution is not known as yet. Federal Communications Commission, an independent agency of the U.S. Government, also hinted about the new smartphone's launch. Also, the leak revealed that the Galaxy A7 (2018) will receive 6GB of RAM.

Apart from the display, the FCC also listing reveals the hardware and software details that the smartphone may ship with.

Citing "local news reports" in Korean media, The Investor asserts that next year's S9 devices will feature fingerprint sensors embedded on the rear of the devices. We've seen some leaks from OnLeaks and MySmartPrice, showing the handsets with a familiar design, smaller bezels, and a fingerprint sensor placed below the camera. It is speculated that this particular model of the A series will bag an improved camera, in comparison to its predecessors. Although, they did not go ahead to confirm any of the specifications.

Although, we are far away from the launch of Samsung's upcoming flagship Galaxy S9, yet rumors are already circling regarding its various features. From the looks of these pixelated images, the phone is going to be a lot different than the Galaxy Note 8.

The S9 series might incorporate the new Qualcomm processor, the Snapdragon 845 SoC.

A Samsung phone with model-number, SM-A530N, understood to be Galaxy A5 (2018), has been listed on the USA government-run FCC (Federal Communications Commission) and also received the necessary certifications, which are mandatory to get before it enters the market.

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