Samsung Unveils Exynos 9810 Processor; Will Be Featured In Samsung Galaxy S9

If previous Galaxy A7 and the A5 series launch pattern is taken as any indication, the new models are expected to make their debut in December 2017 or early January 2018.

Leaked renders of the Samsung A5 and A7 (2018).

The FCC website in the US leaked information about the Galaxy A, as a supposedly certified model, as part of the regulatory approvals, before its launch.

According to some leaks, Galaxy A5 might come with an Infinity Display, which will be 5.5-inches in size but with a full HD+ resolution (2160 x 1080 pixels).

The announcement of the Exynos 9810 can also mean, that Samsung has chose to delay the production of processors, made by the 8-nm technology at least until next year.

Samsung Galaxy S5 2018 listed on Samsung's website now.

As we get closer to 2018, you should expect more and more Galaxy S9 leaks and rumors, as Samsung prepares to launch its next flagship handset. We also heard some of the specifications on this new android smartphone.

If it turns out of be true, the fingerprint reader will be placed below the dual camera system, not next to it. Now, the United States' FCC Clearance document appeared on the Federal Communications Commissions reveals that the smartphone is all set to be cleared from the FCC Regulations, and ready to be launched. Apart from the FCC certification, the South Korean website also authenticated the arrival of the A5. S9 and S9+ will be a lot similar to the S8 phones, apart from some differences on the hardware and software front. Samsung Exynos 9810 is the successor of 8895 which powered Samsung Galaxy Note 8 and Samsung S8. It is also noteworthy that Samsung hasn't revealed any details about these upcoming smartphones as of yet. Inspite this, we are looking forward to what the new Samsung Galaxy A5 will have in store for us.