Samsung has lifted the lid on the Galaxy A3 and Galaxy A5. We’ve heard of another addition to the Galaxy A series, the Galaxy A7 (SM-A700), but the Korean tech giant is yet to officially announce the device. Now the device has been approved by the FCC. This could mean that the device will be unveiled soon.
The FCC confirms that the A7 will support NFC and LTE as well as the smartphone’s dimensions. According to the listing, it will be 150 mm high and 75 mm wide. These dimensions point to a 5-inch screen, which is the device’s reported screen size.
According to past reports, the A7 will sport a 5.2-inch screen with a resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixels, a 12-megapixel rear-facing camera, 16 GB of internal memory, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 615 64-bit CPU, and 2 GB of RAM. The A3 and A5 sport a metal design. The A7 is expected to have a metal unibody as well.
Unfortuantely, we can’t tell you when Samsung is planning to lift the lid on the Galaxy A7, but since it is now listed in the FCC, we’re guessing the smartphone will make its debut soon.
Although Samsung may unveil the Galaxy A7 soon, we’re not sure when it plans to launch the device. Samsung did say that it was having problems manufacturing the A3’s and A5’s metal chassis. So, it may be having the same production issues with the A7.
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