Samsung Galaxy S5 sequel gets certified for Bluetooth 4.1
An Indian website last week leaked the prospects of some three new smartphones that Samsung were working on and from their model numbers, they could easily be deduced to be the sequels to the Samsung Galaxy A3, Galaxy A5 and Galaxy A7 versions. The website also leaked some benchmarked specifications of these devices and we are soon to discover them to be either true or false as we hope Samsung doesn’t tarry in manufacturing and bring these devices late.
However, the middle device of the bunch i.e the SM-A510F is now back in the news as it just recently got its Bluetooth certification. The device which has been largely referred to as the sequel to the Samsung Galaxy S5 is expected to feature 5.2 inches of screen, and from the recent Bluetooth certification, the device would be getting the v4.1 of Bluetooth.
To refresh you from last week, the believed sequels to the Samsung Galaxy S3 and Galaxy S7 are modeled as SM-A310 and SM-A710 respectively.
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