Samsung Galaxy A3 comes to FCC as announcement draws nearer
The unannounced Samsung Galaxy A3 and it’s three brothers of the Galaxy A5 and Galaxy A7 are among the series of smartphones Samsung is pushing in response to it’s similar, boring, “plastic” design and now it seems the phone is all set for the United States.
First of all, the Samsung Galaxy Alpha, who is the cheerleader of the Galaxy A family, has been broken cover and released for nearly $700, weeks ago. However, the new range of Galaxy A family seems to bring the same new aluminum design under a lighter price tag.
The smallest of the crew, the Galaxy A3, was recently seen at an FCC filing which accordingly means the device is undergoing/has underwent certification in the United State government approval body, and will break cover anytime soon.
There’s no info about when the device will break cover but leaked specs included a 4.5″ qHD display, 1GB of RAM, Snapdragon 410 CPU and 8MP/5MP back/rear camera setup.
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