Samsung Galaxy A7 2016 passes FCC certification with 3,300 mAh

The second Generation of Samsung Galaxy A7 had previously received a certification from the Bluetooth SIG group and also cleared the TENAA in China. The Galaxy A7 has now received an FCC certification.

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There have been several teasers of the Galaxy A7 as other handsets from the Galaxy A series. The A7 was also spotted even on some Benchmarking sites. The FCC certification reveals that the Galaxy A7 will have a 3,300 mAh battery. The original Galaxy A7 had a 2,600 mAh battery. The FCC says that the new Galaxy A7 2016 version has a length of 151.8mm and has a width of 74.5mm. The Galaxy A7 2016 phone has standard connectivity options that include 4G, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and GPS.

Samsung Galaxy A7 2016 passes FCC certification

While there have been no details on the specifications from FCC. The TENAA certification tells a lot about the Samsung Galaxy A7 has a 5.5" 1080p AMOLED touchscreen, a 13MP rear camera and a 5MP selfie shooter. It also comes with a 1.7Ghz octa-core processor and has 3GB Ram. It runs on Android 5.1 Lollipop.

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Since the Galaxy A7 has been in news for quite some time, we can expect the phone to be released any time soon.

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