Samsung SM-A700 (Galaxy A7) Will Sport 5.5-Inch Display, Support Dual SIM

Samsung is making sure it has a busy holiday season ahead of the upcoming 2015, and is releasing smartphones accordingly to match user demands. And one device that's making a lot of noise currently is the upcoming Samsung SM-A700.

As of today, more new details about the handset has emerged. And the upcoming SM-A700 is just one of the many handsets that have come out in the open. While you may already know that the handset has reached India for testing, it seems like the smartphone might arrive with a 5-inch screen.

Samsung SM-A700 (Galaxy A7) Will Support 5.5-Inch Display, Dual SIM

It was already know earlier that the handset would offer a screen with HD resolution. And while that sounds okay with most users, but it still won't offer the same king high-end viewing experience as you may think.

However, the handset has been said to come not only with a 5.5-inch screen (that effectively pushes it toward the phablet sector), but will also offer dual SIM slots which is such a big deal in the native market.

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The new information for the handset has arrived after it was earlier reported that the SM-A700 would be a 4G-LTE enabled device. It was according to a Sammobile report that revealed Samsung would have three different handsets in the A series.

The Galaxy A3 would 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.

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It was also reported that the SM-A700 (Galaxy A7) would be the high-end model and that it wouldn't be widely launched like the other two devices and will only be available in selected countries, though the reason for the limited launch is still unclear.

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