Samsung Galaxy A7 (SM-A700) Now In India For R&D

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If you might recall, few months back, Samsung was reportedly said to discontinue the Galaxy S series. So the Galaxy S5 could likely be the last smartphone in the Galaxy S series.

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Samsung Galaxy A7 (SM-A700) Now In India For R&D

What will replace the Galaxy S series, is a question that bothers most of the Samsung fans. Nevertheless, the answer shouldn't be too hard to guess, as new smartphones from the South Korean tech giant have been leaked several times in the past. And most of these models come with an initial 'A,' which makes it quite evident that Galaxy A could be the one to replace the Galaxy S series.

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It's not just one model with 'A' initial that has leaked over time, but three of which one has been sighted online just today. It is via the import/export tracking Indian website Zauba which shows the SM-A700 on its database.

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Prior to the A7, the tech community has already witnessed the listing of SM-A500 and SM-A300 on other sites. The latter two devices will most probably be called as Galaxy A5 and Galaxy A3 respectively.

Although, information pertaining to the specs of these devices are quite vague at the moment, it basically gives a sort of confirmation that a new series of smartphone is going to be launched very soon.

As far as the new A7 smartphone is concerned, it has been brought to India for R&D purpose. Although, the new import listing doesn't mention anything regarding the specs of the device, it might be a higher-end offering than the A5 (or perhaps a bigger version of it), which has been said to come with a 5-inch 720p touchscreen, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 chipset, and a 13 MP rear camera. Obviously, the new phone will be powered by Android.

It is not sure when these new batch of smartphones will be announced by the South Korean tech firm.


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