It seems like that the Samsung Galaxy A7, the third handset in the company’s new Galaxy A series, might soon be launched after the device has supposedly earned approval of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). The first two smartphones of the Galaxy A series, the Galaxy A3 and Galaxy A5, was earlier released and available for purchase in China.
Although the Galaxy A7 was not yet formally announced, we are not preoccupying ourselves with a vain report. IF you check out Samsung’s official website, the A7 is featured with a model number SM-A700). The FCC has already given out a word about some of its specific features, like NFC and LTE connectivity. We are also looking at a 150 x 75 mm handset. The given dimension props up a 5.2-inch display, confirming a previous rumor about this.
Here are more of what to expect about the Samsung Galaxy A7: 1080 x 1920 p resolution, 12 MP rear camera, 64-bit Snapdragon 615 processor, 2 GB of RAM and 16 GB of internal memory. The A3 and A5 showcased an all-metal design, so it might be safe to assume that the A7 would be carrying the same housing. That’s, by far, all the details about the upcoming smartphone for the Galaxy A series. We would keep you updated for more news about it!