Samsung Galaxy A5, Galaxy A7 successor images leaked, flaunt premium design

By Sudhiir

Samsung is gearing up for the successor of its Galaxy A line of devices. The tech-world was abuzz with rumors about a premium design for its mid-range Smartphones. Some images have appeared that happen to be allegedly that of the successors of the Galaxy A5 and the Galaxy A7.

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The Samsung Galaxy A5 and the galaxy A7 that are slated for a 2016 launch are believed to have a flat glass rear panel, similar to the high-end Galaxy S6 series. Sam Mobile has some images that were leaked from China's Anzhuo. The images give details about the exterior. The image shows a single-LED flash next to a camera unit and beneath the sensor is the Company name. Much of the back panel is same. The loudspeaker is at the bottom of the handsets.

Samsung Galaxy A5, Galaxy A7 successor images leaked, have new designs

The front panels for both the Galaxy A5 and the Galaxy A7 still appear to be the same, very similar to a Samsung phone. The home button on the Galaxy A5 2016 is relatively larger than its predecessor. It is very likely that the fingerprint sensor could be part of the phone, has appeared in GSM arena.

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Fingerprint scanners have been part of the Galaxy A series even the past. The Galaxy A8 has had a finger print scanner and the next of devices in the Galaxy A series could be have a fingerprint scanner that enables verification.

It is also rumored that the Galaxy A7 2016 will have a 2.5D front glass panel. However, it is unlikely that such a feature will be part of the Galaxy A5 2016. The Galaxy A7 2016 can be expected in January 2016. The Galaxy A5 2016 on the other hand will take more time till it becomes available.

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