Will the real flagship killer please stand up?

On its way to establishing a stranglehold over the Android smartphone market, Samsung built a reputation for two things – using plastic even on its most premium offerings and stuffing its phones to the brim with unwanted bloatware.

With the latest generation of releases, the Korean company seems to have made a conscious decision to reverse those philosophies.

The new Galaxy A8, which falls into the not-quite-flagship but definitely-not-budget category, follows in the footsteps of the S6 and all its myriad variants with a slim metal body and minimal software footprint.

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