Samsung, the leading smartphone maker, has always been criticized for making really mediocre looking devices, even the priciest ones. However, with the new A series of smartphones it seems to be growing out of that image. The phones from this series not only look different, but also lack the trademark plastic feel that usually comes with a Samsung phone.
As per our most recent update on Samsung’s new release, The Galaxy A7 is the latest addition to the bunch. This phone was speculated to launch on January 14th. It is the thinnest phone from Samsung, yet, too, coming in at only 6.3 mm. The phone has been rumored for quite a while now.
16 GB internal storage(expandable up to 64 GB via MicroSD)
13 MP primary camera and a 5 MP secondary camera
The A7 will come in two variants, the LTE variant, powered by a Snapdragon 615 chipset, and the 3G variant, running on Samsung’s Exynos chipset. Samsung has promised an Android v5.0 Lollipop update to this device.
No pricing details have been revealed as of yet. However, Samsung has claimed that the phone will ship with a ‘competitive’ price tag.