Another variant of Samsung Galaxy A7 clears FCC without LTE
Last week, we saw the Samsung Galaxy A7, a reportedly gorgeous metallic smartphone, get approved by Chinese authorities in order to be sold in China. That model that was seen at TEENA (Samsung SM-A7009) had LTE connectivity, so was the first variant that cleared FCC (Samsung SM-A700) a couple of weeks back.
However, Samsung seems to have yet another edition of the unreleased smartphone on card even thought the South Korean phone maker has vowed to keep the number of phone models it produces minimal in order to revive profit.
The latest Samsung Galaxy A7 still maintains the normal specs expected of the device — 5.5″ 1080p display, 12MP camera, 2GB of RAM and 5-megapixel front-facing selfie camera.
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- Another variant of Samsung Galaxy A7 clears FCC without LTE