Samsung has confirmed that the 2017 Galaxy A series model is likely to be released on January 5, 2017 and that it will have reliable water resistance capabilities.
The list of Galaxy phones getting ready to be launched next year are plenty. It has the Galaxy A3, Galaxy A5 and the Galaxy A7 2017 editions. All phones are geared to be future proof and will fall into different price tags so that buyers have something in their desired price point. Besides, the specifications are expected to be top notch in each model.
According to a report by PhoneArena, the tag associated with a Twitter photo says that it all begins with A. Hold your breath. The captions obviously indicate the water resistance capabilities of the smartphone. While the cheaper models might have splash proof design, the flagship and expensive models should have the best water resistance so that users don’t have to worry about changing weather conditions.
Another rumor claimed that the upcoming Samsung A Series 2017 models will have IP68 certified dust and water resistance capabilities. Based on this claim, we can also confirm that the other phones in the series including the A3 and the A5 may have similar protection.
With the year coming to a close, it’s time to bid goodbye to all the best models of 2016. The next set of smartphones are expected to be revealed in grand fashion at the Consumer Electronics Expo 2017. The event hosts some of the best technology inventions, innovative products and new launches.
Samsung will most probably announce the Galaxy A series smartphones during CES. The event is scheduled to take place between January 5th and January 8th. While there is no word on its availability and launch regions, the model is sure to find its way to United States at the earliest. The company may not choose to launch all the phones in the country but will rather bring specific ones in the first quarter of 2017.
The not-so subtle reference in the Twitter feed is the only source of information we have now. Apart from its water resistance capabilities, Samsung didn’t discuss any of the specification and there are no solid rumors yet to let us know what to expect. We do expect the phone to have the usual AMOLED display with bumped up processors, improved RAM, Android 7.0 Nougat operating system and some nifty features like fingerprint sensors even in entry level models. If it’s a phone worthy of 2017 it is sure to help the brand impress its buyer base.