Samsung Galaxy A3 Second Release Gets Wi-Fi Certification; Save $180 For Samsung Galaxy S7, S7 Edge At Best Buy Black Friday Deal


Samsung Galaxy is reportedly preparing to get another new handset before the year ends. The company recently acquired the Wi-Fi certification for its upcoming handset. Samsung is also offering Black Friday deals on several new handsets, three TVs and a wearable.

The Samsung Galaxy will reportedly be released in the first quarter of 2017 or by December of this year. This refers to the second release of the Second Galaxy A3. The first release was announced in December last year and launched in January 2017. In addition, the Galaxy A3 also receives its Wi-Fi Certification, Phone Arena reported.

The upcoming Samsung Galaxy A3 (2017) is slated to be the low-end model for the Galaxy A series. The device is also rumored to feature a 4.7 inch screen with 720 x 1,280 screen resolution. Under the hood, the device will include the Exynos 7870 chipset along with an octa-core processor clocked at 1.5GHz and the Mali-T830 GPU.

The Samsung Galaxy handset will also include 2GB RAM as well as 8GB internal storage. In terms of the camera, the handset will reportedly come with a 12MP rear and 8MP front shooter. Moreover, the device will run the Android 6.0.1 OS.

Meanwhile, Best Buy recently promoted its Black Friday deals for the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge. The promo includes a price markdown of up to $120 along with a free Fast Wireless Charger for a total of up to $180 savings, N4BB reported. The Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge and the S7 Edge with $250 gift card will also be available on Nov. 25.

Samsung Galaxy deal also includes a free Gear VR headset for up to $349.99 savings. Moreover, the Samsung 55 inch LED 4K TV, 55 inch and 65 inch 4K HDR Smart TV will also be priced at $479.99, $997.99 and $1,497.99 respectively. The Samsung Gear Fit 2 will also cost $149.99 on that day. Watch Samsung Galaxy A3 2017 specs,features & leaked

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