The A (2018) family will sport Infinity Displays, and the A5 is no exception. Samsung is intent on bringing one of the main differentiators of its high-end S and Note lines to the mid-range with the new A series. Like 2017’s flagship Samsungs, the new Galaxy A5 will have its fingerprint sensor on the rear.
The A5 (2018) appears to have the infamous Bixby key on the left side, under the volume buttons, which means the virtual assistant is ready to make its debut in the mid-range too. The Galaxy A5 (2018) will probably become official in January, along with (at least) the A7 (2018). It should sport the Exynos 7885 SoC or the Snapdragon 660 (depending on market). Expect 4 or 6GB of RAM to be baked in too, but unfortunately the phone could be launching with Android 7.1.1 Nougat on board, and not Oreo.