Samsung is tight-lipped on its upcoming devices, but reports have claimed that it is planning to release a series of handsets from its A-series before the end of this year. One such device is the Galaxy A7 (2017). In fact, its launch is imminent as it has been cleared by the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) certification.
A Samsung device with model number SM-A720F, believed to be the Galaxy A7 (2017), has received Bluetooth certification. It is also been spotted on Zauba, an imports and exports tracking site in India, with model number SM-A720S, a 5.7-inch display and a price tag of Rs 13,716 (price likely to change at the time of launch). Now, Mobilekaprice has reported that the same device has got FCC certification.
The South Korean electronics giant is expected to release the Galaxy A7 (2017) this month, as its predecessor has completed a year's cycle in the market. However, reports have suggested that the device will not come to Europe like the 2016 version.
The Galaxy A7 (2017) has been listed with a 1,080x1,920 screen resolution, Exynos 7870 processor, and Mali-T830 GPU on AnTuTu benchmarking site. It is expected to feature a 5.5-inch or 5.7-inch screen with 1080 pixels, a 16MP rear and selfie cameras, a 64GB internal storage, a 3GB RAM, and an Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow operating system.