Samsung Galaxy A8s will actually be the first smartphone from the Korean company to use the Infinity-O display, equipped with a small hole in the upper left corner, designed to accommodate the front camera.
The confirmation, if ever there was a need, comes from the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) of the United States, which has certified the smartphone, identified by the initials SM-G8870. There are no official images of the smartphone but we have a screenshot that confirms the FCC certification number, in which you see an empty space in the status bar, right at the hole.
Samsung Galaxy A8s should remain confined to the Chinese market but it is likely that the same solution will be adopted on some models destined for other markets. Bad news instead for those who still use headphones with 3.5mm jack, as reported by the leaker @MMDDJ_ Samsung will begin to abandon the jack on their smartphones, just starting from Galaxy A8s.
The Korean giant may therefore have decided to follow the example of most of the competitors and remove the headphones jack, switching to the Type-C also used for charging, or forcing users to equip themselves with a Bluetooth headphones.
The device should see the light of the day in the next month, but with limited availability to the Chinese market. Of course, considering the revolutionary design and the specs, the device will not remain a China exclusive for so long.