Last year Samsung announced a trio of mid-range devices in the form of the Galaxy A3, Galaxy A5, and the Galaxy A7. It is unclear as to how well those devices sold, but we can only imagine it must have sold relatively well for Samsung to be considering sequels to the handsets, at least according to a report from SamMobile.
According to SamMobile, they claim that Samsung is working on sequels to the Galaxy A3, Galaxy A5, and Galaxy A7. In fact earlier this year, Samsung trademarked the names Galaxy A6, Galaxy A8, and the Galaxy A9, which at that time we had speculated could be potential sequels to last year’s handsets.
However Samsung later followed up with the launch of the Galaxy A8 over in China, meaning that at least one of the handsets is the real deal, leaving us with the remaining two whose fate remains unknown for now. According to SamMobile, the model numbers for the handsets are SM-A310F, SM-A510F, and SM-A710F, which are just slight variations of last year’s models.
In any case we can’t be sure of the naming scheme for Samsung’s new phones or what kind of specs it might pack under the hood, but either way we’ll keep an eye out for more information, but in the meantime what kind of specs would you like to see from the Galaxy A3, A5, and A7’s successors?