Samsung Galaxy A7 comes to get approved in the United States
Earlier this month, Samsung launched the Galaxy A3 and A5 smartphones. These phones were the first fully metal-covered smartphones in the company’s two-decade history of phone making.
The Samsung Galaxy A7 is the bigger sibling of the first Galaxy A phones which we have discussed severally here. We know that the smartphone allegedly has a 5.5-inch 1080p display, 2GB of RAM, 1.5GHz quad-core Snapdragon 615 chipset, 13MP/5MP camera unit and 16GB of expandable storage.
The device (SM-A700) was found in an entry at United States Federal Communications Commission (FCC) website. This means the device has been shipped into the country for certification and approval san pre release in the North American nation.
As usual, the FCC listing didn’t utter much information about the phone’s specifications even though it gives the dimensions of the smartphone as 150 by 75 mm. The phone will also support 3G WCDMA as well as LTE, the document confirms.
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