The thinnest Samsung phone in the world would be pretty cool to have, right? Having seen the chassis of what many agree is a beautiful smartphone, you may be wondering how much dough you’re going to have to put down to actually get your hands on this thing. While an official Samsung Galaxy A8 price hasn’t been revealed by Samsung quite yet, a Chinese retailer does have a sales listing for the phone available, in which we’re looking at what seems reasonably enough to be the cost of the device.

Chinese website CNMO shows that the device will retail for 3,199 Chinese yen – approximately 515 US dollars – for the 16GB variant. Upgrading to the 32GB variant will cost an extra 300 yen, which will take you up to 564 US dollars. That’s right around where we expected the phone to be in China… but keep in mind that things could change between countries in terms of pricing.

If you need a refresher on what exactly the Galaxy A8 is, other than the thinnest smartphone produced by Samsung Mobile to date, we have exactly for the piece for you: peep this announcement post Stephen Schenck threw together for more.

Source: CNMO
Via: PhoneArena

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