Samsung has become popular with rolling out flagship devices and this time it’s going to launch only the third of the Galaxy A series smartphones in the shape of Samsung Galaxy A7.
This product follows the release of Galaxy A3 and A5 in the A series.
Today, there are numerous rumors surrounding the release of this phone, how it will differ from its predecessor and the specs it will come with. This article covers the latest rumors surrounding the release of Samsung Galaxy A7.
Features and Specs of Samsung Galaxy A7
Reports circulating around suggest that the A7 will feature a screen display of 5.5 inches in size, offering support for full HD technology. The Galaxy A7 is expected to have a screen resolution of 1920 by 1080 pixels.
Inside the Galaxy A7 you’ll have an Exynos 5433 chipset that is also found in the Galaxy Note 4, which has been very popular this year. Standing as the best chip in the market today, don’t think this smartphone will lie on the low-end of the market.
As it has become a norm with Samsung, with new features and hardware in their flagship products, the new Galaxy A7’s processor will be an octa-core with four cores, clocking a speed of 1.3 GHz for the cortex A53 and 1.8 GHz for the cortex A57.
Samsung Galaxy A7 Comes in Two Variants
Samsung is notorious for rolling out devices in variants and so will the Galaxy A7, where the second variant will feature a different processor, a Snapdragon 615 SoC chipset. However, this model is expected to be inferior to its sister when it comes to performance, but with a very insignificant difference.
The A7 is expected to carry memory storage of 16GB in addition to a RAM of 2GB, running on the Android 4.4.4 KitKat. This model is however expected to offer users with the ability to upgrade to the latest Android 5 and probably the Android 6.
Camera and Body Build
The camera of the A7 is expected to feature a 13MP lens on the rear and 5MP lens on the front-facing camera.
When it comes to its dimensions, Samsung Galaxy A7 measures 150 by 75 by 6.3 mm, making it the thinnest smartphone available. However, this device is a bit heavy, considering its size, weighing about 150 grams. This can be attributed to the fact that Samsung has ditched its traditional and lighter plastic body and opted for metal chassis that is premium looking, but slightly heavier.
As it stands, Samsung hasn’t made any official announcement regarding the release of Galaxy A7; however, this is expected to be very soon.
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