Eventually, the much-awaited member of Samsung's Galaxy A-Series: Galaxy A7 has been spotted on company's website. As we know, the tech giant has been a talk of the town since IFA 2014 because it has introduced a raft of new handsets in a short span. In the previous months, the other two heirs of this series: Galaxy A3 and A5 have been already tipped out on multiple occasions, but A7 took time to make its first appearance over the cyberspace.
According to Galaxy Club, the handset has been claimed to feature premium built quality exterior along with impressive hardware capability. However, the gadget has been spotted with model number: SM-A700FD, where “D” alphabet denotes about its dual-SIM support that has been recently seen in firm's high-end phone: Note 4 Duos.
Taking about the leaked specs, then it is speculated to confer a full-HD screen to provide a pixel resolution of 1080x1920p, while there is no word on its display size. Here, the gadget is said to be paired with ARMv8-A 64-bit processor along with Android KitKat 4.4.4 OS. Furthermore, the upcoming handheld is also expected to be decked with a metal body along side 5MP selfie camera.
By concentrating on mid-range mobile segment, the smartphone might be priced between $450 and $500, which is roughly Rs. 24,500 and 30,500 according to Indian currency. However, the device is yet to receive an official announcement, but it has been said to provide LTE connectivity and will be launched in limited countries.