Samsung is yet to launch its latest Galaxy Note 4 smartphone in India and also in other markets and the upcoming new series of smartphones from the South Korean giant has already started making a lot of noises.
Yes, it's the A series that we are talking about at the moment. So far, the tech community has already been informed about the three phones in the A series that will be launched early next year. The series comprises of A3, A5 and A7.
Now the latest report coming from SamMobile suggest that all these devices will be 4G-LTE enabled devices. The report further tells that the Galaxy A3 will be the lowest-end and would be priced somewhere between $350 and $400. On the other hand, the Galaxy A5 might cost somewhere between $400 to $450, while the Galaxy A7 would be priced between $450 and $500.
Talking about the SM-A500 (Galaxy A5) which appeared on the TENAA website (Chinese equivalent of FCC) previously, it is rumored to come with a 5-inch Super AMOLED HD display. It would be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 quad-core processor.
It is said to sport a 13MP rear camera along with a 5MP front facing snapper which makes it a potential selfie oriented smartphone. The phone will also reportedly pack 2330 mAh battery, 16GB of internal storage and the latest version of TouchWiz UX. It might run on the Android L or KitKat OS.
On the other hand, the Samsung SM-A300 (Galaxy A3), according to the Benchmark leak, would come with a 4.8-inch display offering a resolution of 960×540pixels. It would be powered by a 1.2GHz Qualcomm processor coupled with 1GB RAM and 5GB of internal memory.
The SM-A300 will sport a 7 megapixel rear camera and a 5 megapixel front facing shooter as well, which will be capable of recording video at 1080p. Moreover, there would also be a presence of the Qualcomm Adreno 306 GPU. The SM-A300 will run on Android 4.4.4 KitKat.
The SM-A700 (Galaxy A7) would be the high-end model and it seems the Galaxy A7 will not be widely launched like the other two devices and will only be available in selected countries, though the reason for the unlimited launch is unclear.
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