Samsung Galaxy A7 (2017) gets certified by Wi-Fi Alliance
Samsung is really moving fast with the way that they are clearing one of the 2017 models off different benches and if we could take an educated guess, then this would be one of the many that we would first see in the next year. Being the 2017 refresh of the already existent Galaxy A7 device, we have already seen this same unit clear the Bluetooth SIG table and get certified by the FCC in a little space of time and right now, the device is receiving a certification from the Wi-Fi Alliance as well.
Going to the specs of this 2017 model, all that has been leaked so far points to the possibility of an Exynos 7870 chipset under the hood and also, a CPU with memory of 3GB and internal storage space variants where the base model is set at 32GB and the other is at a 64GB capacity. Although there are still conflicts as to whether it would sport aa 5.5 inch or 5.7-inch screen, the camera combo is an impressive 16MP on both the rear and front, pointing to a selfie-focused device.
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