Samsung confirms Galaxy A7 smartphone

Samsung confirms Galaxy A7 smartphone

The Samsung Galaxy S line of flagship smartphones is really popular nowadays because every year it offers leading models that offer the best there is in the smartphone world. Despite this fact, Samsung plans a new line of flagship devices that will be known as Galaxy A; moreover the new line has just been officially confirmed by Samsung itself.

The first device of the line will be the Galaxy A7 smartphone and it is now mentioned on Samsung’s web site. The device carries the SM-A700FD product number and will have a sensor display at Full HD resolution (1080p). The device will also have dual-SIM capability and a 64-bit processor that will initially run Android KitKat. Due to the 64-bit nature of the smartphone the device is likely to get Android 5.0 Lollipop in the future.

The Galaxy A7 is likely to come out next month, although this information is still to be confirmed. Chances are the Galaxy A7 will be a limited edition device and will sell for around USD 450-500 with no contract required.

Source: Sammobile.com

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