Samsung has reportedly been working on new versions of the A series phones. They have been spotted on some benchmark tests.
The Galaxy A3, A5, and the A7 phones are all set for new features for the 2017 edition. Samsung has a lot of thank with the design of the Galaxy A series as it reinvented the company’s portfolio with an all metal design of years ago. It has since been the norm of the Samsung high-end phones and it has revived the fortunes completely. The Galaxy A series was the first to address the needs of customers in the high-end segment when it comes to design.
Naturally, the series may be expected to continue at least for the next few years as Samsung may even make this as the next in line to the Galaxy S phones. Several aspects of the benchmark tests have been kept under the hood, but the fact that they are testing these phones is a strong indicator that Samsung is set to launch these devices in the first quarter of 2017. In previous years, the major differences compared to last generation models have been improved processor, more RAM, potential increase in on-board storage, and better battery in order to handle all these new elements.
However, it remains to be seen if all these aspects will make an appearance on the upcoming Samsung Galaxy A3, A5, and A7 (2017). After focusing heavily on the higher segment with new versions of the Galaxy Note 7, Samsung has shown that they have not lost focus on the extremely competitive mid-range segment. One of the biggest advantages of the Galaxy A series has been the much improved style coupled with a lower price, while not compromising too much on performance. In short, this represents the perfect blend for mid-range buyers looking to expand.
Samsung has been extremely tightlipped on the potential launch dates of the Samsung Galaxy A3, A5, and A7 (2017). However, one can be confident that all these models will be launched in the first quarter of 2017 since the 2016 edition followed a similar pattern. Announcements for the 2016 editions came in December, which leaves plenty of time for leaks and rumors surrounding the 2017 versions. The Galaxy A series has also been used with a one-year life-cycle in the product range and this may not change for the 2017 edition even with all the new features.
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