Today, Samsung unveiled a new Galaxy A7, one of its slimmest smartphones to date. The phone is a mere 6.3mm thick, and comes with all of the important features people love in Galaxy phones.
The Galaxy A7 has a metal frame and body, as well as a 5.5 inch display and 2GB of RAM. The device features 16GB of memory, which can be expanded to up to 64GB with a microSD card. Inside the phone beats the heart of a 1.8GHz processor and a 2,600mAh battery. The device will feature LTE support and will run on the Android 4.4 KitKat platform.
The A7 is the next in line for the Galaxy A series, which also includes the A3 and A5. These devices aren’t quite as popular as the S series phones, but they are still a favorite among consumers.
Staying true to the Samsung brand, this phone will be available in Pearl White, Champagne Gold and Midnight Blue. The Korean electronics company did not disclose the date or price for the release, but fans of the Galaxy A phones could soon have a new excuse to upgrade.
Samsung, the world’s largest cell phone manufacturer, has faced major challenges in profits and sales in the past year due to the development of low-end smartphones from Chinese manufacturers.