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Take a gander at the Samsung Galaxy A8 and A8+.
The pair of phones were announced back in December, but we were able to get our hands on them at CES 2018.
The Galaxy A phones may not be as fancy as Samsung's flagship Galaxy S series, but they look pretty good for a midrange phone.
The A8 is estimated to cost 499 euros (about $595/£440/AU$760) while the A8+ is estimated to cost 579 euros (about $690/£510/AU$880).
The phones have Samsung's AMOLED Infinity Displays with minimal bezels on the top, bottom and sides.
The Galaxy A8 packs a 5.6-inch screen while the screen on the A8+ is 6 inches.
A standout feature is the phones' dual front cameras.
The 16-megapixel and 8-megapixel front cameras may help you take better selfies.
There's only one camera on the back though, similar to the Galaxy S8.
The whole thing is powered by an octa-core Exynos processor and runs Android 7.1.1 Nougat.
Click through for more pictures of the Galaxy A8 and A8+.
We got our hands on the new A8+ and A8 from Samsung at CES 2018.
The phones will only be available in select markets. For more info, check out CNET's first take on the Samsung Galaxy A8 and A8+.