Samsung Galaxy A4 spotted on Wi-Fi certification

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Samsung is all set to add a new variant to its Galaxy A series of devices. The company's A series is known for its metal built and has been targeted at mid range segment. It is now expected to launch the Samsung Galaxy A4 smartphone.

Samsung Galaxy A4 spotted on Wi-Fi certification

Rumors around the unannounced Samsung Galaxy A4 have been doing rounds of Internet for quite some time now. It has now been spotted on certification for Wi-Fi, which suggests that the phone is soon getting official. The spotting has revealed details of the phone, and suggested that the company is working on 5 models of the upcoming device. All these models, with code name SM-A430FD, SM-A430L,SM-A430X, SM-A430S and SM-A430K, are set to release sooner than later.

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The SM-A430 is the model number of the handset, whereas the letter at the end of each code name denotes the telecom carrier on which it would come. Samsung Galaxy A4 recently made an appearance online on Indian import listing website called Zauba. The listing revealed that the upcoming Galaxy A series smartphone would be placed in the price category of Rs 25,000 to Rs 30,000.

Samsung Galaxy A4 spotted on Wi-Fi certification

As far as its specs and features are concerned, the handset will most likely don a metal unibody design, like all of other A series siblings. The Zauba listing revealed that the phone will would flaunt a 5.5-inch display, however the leaked information did not reveal the resolution and display type.

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Other expected features include Android 6.0 Marshmallow, Samsung's Exynos processor and 3GB of RAM. This is all that is known about the Samsung Galaxy A4 smartphone. We expect more information about the phone to get leaked online ahead of its launch.


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