The best of yesteryear (or perhaps maybe even two years ago) may arrive in a more modern suit and at an affordable price tag. That’s if you’re a fan of Samsung.

We’re picking up data from GFXBench of the SM-A810, what’s believed to be the successor to the incredibly thin SM-A800 or the Galaxy A8.

An Exynos 7420 powers Android 6.0.1 on a 5.1-inch screen at full HD. There’s 3GB of memory and 32GB of storage on this pickup. Add in a 16-megapixel camera and a 5-megapixel selfie unit and you’ve got the results — one step better than last year’s A8.

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Sample phones found on Indian import-export database Zauba valued their worth at about $206 each.

We’ll have to see how far Samsung can stretch the cash on not only this but other-letter models for this year.

Source: GFXBench, Zauba
Via: PhoneArena

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