Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Samsung confirmed the existence of a Galaxy A7 (2018) and has got FCC certification

Samsung confirmed the existence of a Galaxy A7 (2018). The device recently got its FCC certification which have made us believe the upcoming Galaxy A (2018) series is no joke.

Just a few days after the official confirmation of the Galaxy A5 (2018), Samsung has confirmed the existence of a Galaxy A7 (2018) to be launched alongside the Galaxy A5 (2018). These two Galaxy smartphones are parts of Samsung’s next-gen smartphones to be unleashed in 2018. Also, the Galaxy A7 (2018) recently had its FCC certification , this means the smartphone will be unleashed just a few months from now.

Just like the Galaxy A5 (2018), the SM-A730F model number for the Galaxy A7 (2018) was seen on Samsung's support page. The support page holds nothing else except their model numbers.

However, there have been leaks of specifications speculating over the internet, with the Galaxy A7 to feature an 18.5:9 aspect ratio Super AMOLED Infinity Display with pretty thin bezels. It is expected to have a 5.7 inches Display size with 1080 x 1920 pixels, 16:9 ratio (~386 ppi density) resolution. An IP68 certification is included on the smartphone, meaning it will be dust and water resistant (over 1.5 meter and 30 minutes)

The Galaxy A7 is said to be powered by the Samsung Exynos 7885 Octa-core Chipset processor and maintained by a massive 6GB RAM unlike the Galaxy A5 (2018) with 4GB RAM.
The smartphone is rumoured to run on Android 7.1.1 Nougat OS

Same with the Galaxy A5 (2018), the Galaxy A7 (2018) is rumoured to sport a 16MP rear camera and 16MP dual secondary (selfie) camera on the front.

All specifications of the Galaxy A7 (2018) is rumoured to get powered by a non-removable Li-Ion 3600mAh battery.



I am Charles Omoregie, a unique tech blogger who's motive is to share useful tech tips and impact knowledge to the world. Technology has always being my passion and i enjoy writing articles about it


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