Samsung Galaxy A7 hit the FCC

The Korean giant is preparing to launch three brand-new smartphones belonging to the Galaxy A family. The first two designs, namely A3 and A5, are already well known, but the third one, A7, has remained a mystery to date. We just got to know its technical details, because the product was already in the FCC.

The Federal Communications Commission, which certifies all devices equipped with wireless connectivity, has already got the latest product from the Korean giant, the Samsung Galaxy A7 (SM-A700). With this in mind, we learned more about the technical specifications and dimensions of the most powerful representative of the new smartphone family Samsung is planning to launch next year.

The previous two members have already been officially presented to the world, so well known for their technical specifications. The third so far has been very little known, but this has changed. The FCC has revealed that the smartphone, labeled SM-A700, has LTE connectivity and an NFC chip to facilitate pairing with mobile speakers, which may also be used for other purposes.

The product housing is 150 mm long and 75 mm wide, and the dimensions are so large that the device has a 5.2 inch touch screen display with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. From the documents presented by the FCC we also find out that the Galaxy A7 has a 64-bit Snapdragon 615, 2 GB of RAM and 16 GB of usable memory for user files.

We also know that its main camera has 12 megapixels, while the case is similar to the rest of the family, made of metal.

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As you can see, the Galaxy A7 has a pretty decent technical specification, though it is not a flag model of course. The device is expected to launch a new line of products that will have much more interesting design and better content than previous Samsung smartphones.

Patsy Freeman

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