The Samsung Galaxy A5 (2018) smartphone, which is expected to launch soon, has passed through Federal Communications Commission (FCC) certification. As for the release date, the FCC certification showed that the smartphone will arrive in January or February 2018.
Samsung is now rolling out an update that will install the November 1, 2017 Android security patch to the units of the Samsung Galaxy A5 (2017) in the United Arab Emirates. It is believed that the SM-A730F is actually the Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018), and the FCC file revealed that this device is powered by Exynos 7885 processor.
We know it's on the way because Samsung has posted a support page for the phone on its South Korean website.
The smartphone is an update of the existing Samsung Galaxy A5 launched in early 2017. Apart from hinting at the imminent launch, the FCC listing also reveals some specification details about the upcoming A5 (2018). Not much, but 2 GB Galaxy S8 is larger than the iPhone X. many other things Samsung is superior to iPhone X, but the experts noted that the Galaxy S8 after a while starts to work slower, and after all hanging out, while the iPhone X is more stable. This should make it easy to guess the next model number, which is without a doubt the one listed by Samsung - SM-A530.
Just like the rest of the Galaxy S devices before, the Galaxy S9 is expected to come with either Exynos or Snapdragon SoC, depending on where market you're located. For photography, it supports up to 28-megapixel rear camera, 28-megapixel front camera and also a dual camera setup consisting of a 28-megapixel sensor and a 16-megapixel sensor. So, it did not come as a surprise to see the Exynos 9 Series 8895 making its official debut ahead of the Galaxy S8.