Dec 28, 2016 06:24 AM EST
Samsung Galaxy A3, A5, A7 (2017) Specs Update: For The First Time, They're Waterproof and Powerful
A relevant media leaked Samsung Galaxy A 2017 best key feature. Details here!
Samsung Galaxy A 2017 to be waterproof - according to a relevant source
Samsung Galaxy A 2017 smartphones have made the faithful hold their breath. A tweet from official Samsung Malaysia account teases the waterproof feature of Galaxy A3, A5, and A7 2017 edition. It reads, "It all begins with A. Hold Your Breath."
While there is no exact release date, the hashtag #A2017LiveUnplanned seems to indicate an imminent release in 2017.
Something 'A'waits you. #A2017liveunplanned pic.twitter.com/2Kw9sYXy8u— Samsung Malaysia (@SamsungMalaysia) December 27, 2016
Samsung Galaxy A 2017 full specifications revealed
- Samsung Galaxy A3 2017
Galaxy A3 might feature 4.7-inch Super AMOLED screen with 2GB RAM on board. The optics might pack 12MP/8MP cameras. A few days ago, CNet reported that the alleged Galaxy A3 2017 has obtained FCC certification - leading to an assumption that the device would reach US consumers soon.
- Samsung Galaxy A5 2017
The Galaxy A5 2017 edition could sport 5.2-inch display and 3GB RAM on board. BGR has learned from a press render that there will be four color options for the device - Gold, Black, Blue and Pink.
In addition to the leak, Galaxy A5 2017 may feature a 3GB RAM and Exynos 7880 chipset. The device might pack 3,000 mAh battery and come with Android Nougat pre-installed.
- Samsung Galaxy A7 2017
Galaxy A7 2017 will have a 5.7-inch screen with 3GB of RAM on board. The device has obtained FCC certification after a leak suggests it has obtained a BlueTooth certification, according to GSM Arena.
Samsung Galaxy A 2017 could be launched at CES 2017
Galaxy A 2016 edition has reached US and the next gen smartphones are expected to be launched for American consumers as well.
Galaxy A 2017 smartphones might be unveiled at the CES 2017.
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