Samsung likely working on Galaxy A4 smartphone

Samsung likely working on Galaxy A4 smartphone

It seems that Samsung simply won’t stop releasing new smartphones almost on a daily basis – a new Samsung handset has been just seen on Zauba. The device is a mid-range model that will likely be called Galaxy A4. Currently the smartphone is known as SM-A430.

Unfortunately there’s virtually no information on the tech specs of the upcoming smartphone, which means that the device may be a little far from being launched. In any case the Galaxy A line right now consists of Galaxy A3, Galaxy A5, Galaxy A7, Galaxy A8, Galaxy A9 and Galaxy A9 Pro models so there’s a pretty good chance that this smartphone will be called Galaxy A4. Of course there’s a slight chance that it may be known as Galaxy A6 but given the codename we doubt this is the case.

We’ll surely know more on the supposed Galaxy A4 device in the coming weeks.

Source: GSM Arena.com

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