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Samsung Galaxy A5 Seen In Benchmarks; Confirms New Galaxy A3, A7 Phones

 

Samsung launched the Galaxy A5 with utmost success way back in 2014, and the new Galaxy A5 with a new re launch in December 2015. Despite the “freshness” of  the new Galaxy phone, Samsung is said to then again make a newer Galaxy 15 version, with a new 2017 model of it.

The new and upcoming model is as of this moment labeled as SM-A520F, different from that of the previous Galaxy A5 versions. What makes it more exciting is that it has a considerably higher RAM than its predecessors, as it features a 3GB RAM. The new Galaxy A5 is also going to have an octa-core processor with a 1.87 GHz clock speed.

Hardware of the Samsung Galaxy A5

The information is taken from a benchmark done at Geekbench, showing to the public the numerous large upgrades that the upcoming phone has.

The latest Galaxy A5 version features a Qualcomm Snapdragon 615 processor, but it is highly likely that the 2017 Galaxy A5 will then have Samsung’s very own octa-core Exynos 7880 together with the Mali T830 GPU to power up its graphics power.

Display of the Samsung Galaxy A5

With regards to the new Galaxy A5 screen, it will still be similar to the older models having a 5.2-inch display with a resolution of 1080 x 1920. Not a bad sign, as it still is supporting Full HD.

Camera of the Samsung Galaxy A5

A 16-megapixel camera in the rear and front is also possible, as well as an aperture of f/1.9.

Software of the Samsung Galaxy A5

The 2017 Galaxy A5 will have run in Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow, as well as featuring TouchWiz. Possibilities of an upgrade to Android 7.0 Nougat is still under heavy speculation.

Release of the Samsung Galaxy A5

It is forecasted that the release of the 2017 Galaxy A5 will be later this year, perhaps by November or December, together with the new versions of the Galaxy A3 and the Galaxy A7.

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