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With Samsung expanding the Infinity Display into the 2018 edition of the Galaxy A5, it may be safe to assume that the Galaxy A7 (2018) will also come with the design.

The almost bezel-less design is expected in next year's flagship smartphones, but it appears that Samsung will be expanding the Infinity Display to its mid-range lineup.

Now, the 2018 lineup of the Galaxy A series of devices will get the Infinity Display because according to a benchmarking test, the resolution of the Galaxy A5 2018 measures at 846 x 412, resulting in an 18.5:9 aspect ratio.

Speculations are rife that the 2018 Galaxy A5 and Galaxy A7 smartphones would be featuring Infinity Display ranging between 5.2-inches to 5.7-inches.

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Unfortunately, the price of these devices will surely increase because an Infinity Display plus a Super AMOLED display combo is not cheap at all. The placement, however, was suggested to be below the camera, instead of beside it as seen in the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy Note 8.

The global unlocked variant of the Galaxy A5, with model number SM-A530F, will have a 412 x 846 screen and run on Android 7.1.1, stated the report. Now, we are getting the first reports about the Galaxy J3 (2018), which will be an entry-level phone from Samsung and one of the phones expected in the affordable Galaxy J (2018) series.

Samsung has unveiled a new processor that might be powering its upcoming flagship smartphone, likely to be called as the "Galaxy S9". The patent, filed with the World Intellectual Property Organization, discusses a true all-screen front for a smartphone. By taking this step, Samsung might want to reduce the cost of the smartphone even more.

Anyway, Samsung has also thought of some interesting uses for the second screen when the phone is folded.

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