Samsung Galaxy A7 (2017) turns up on AnTuTu again, leaves specs in wake
It was sometimes last month when we first saw the 2017 refreshes of the already existent Samsung Galaxy A7 get run through a benchmark – the GeekBench to be precise – and now again, this exact device that carries a model number of SM-A720F has been seen on AnTuTu where it left a wake of specs in its trail as it went through the bench press.
Today again, we have seen that the device would have an Exynos chipset of type 7870 and this one would run on a total of eight cores.
Asides all of the above, the device would also have 3GB of RAM and as well, 64GB of internal storage space with the Android Marshmallow 6.0 version being pre-installed out of the box.
We are starting to think that this one would be a selfie focused offering from Samsung because we know that it would not only carry a 16MO main camera unit but also use the same value in the front. To cap it all, this would all be under the 5.5 inch of screen that the Galaxy A7 (2017) would come with
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