Samsung Galaxy A 2017 leaked images
Samsung Galaxy A 2017 leaked images

Samsung Galaxy A (2017) Images Leaked

Three Samsung Galaxy 2017 devices have made several appearances over many benchmark websites over the past few weeks. These leaks and rumors are about the Galaxy A (2017) series devices and the upgrades we will be able to see over the Galaxy A (2016).

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It is now confirmed from a reliable source that Galaxy A (2017) devices will have IP68 certification. The Galaxy A3, Galaxy A5, and the Galaxy A7 will be able to survive a 1.5m water dive for 30 minutes. The 2017 A series devices will be the first Galaxy A series phones to have full water and dust resistant body. In addition, a USB Type-C port is on its course which the Galaxy A (2017) will sport.

Samsung Galaxy A (2017)

The smartphones will also feature battery upgrades inside them. The 2017 Galaxy A3, A5, and A7 will have 3,000mAh, 3,300mAh and 3,500mAh battery backup. Also, the Galaxy A (2017) will have a new glass design. Samsung has gone for a round design that looks similar to the Galaxy S7. Both the Front and Rear Camera of the 2017 A series will be a 16MP snapper. This high-resolution upgrade is pretty decent on the 2017 A series.

From what has been revealed, the Galaxy A3 will feature a 4.7-inch 720p display. The A7 is expected to sport a 5.7″ 1080p Super AMOLED display. It will have 3GB of RAM and is expected to be powered by Samsung’s Exynos 7870 SOC. 32 GB/64 GB storage with a memory card slot for expansion will also be made available in the device.

Samsung Galaxy A (2017) Images

Galaxy A (2017) will be available in four colors — black, silver, gold, and rose gold. However, there is no news about the announcement but it will be very soon. Samsung revealed its A series in December last year which was the 2016 series so the new models will be out in a week or two.

So, What do you think of the 2017 Galaxy A series? Will, it beat the 2016 Galaxy devices? Tell us in the Comments section. Keep following Gadgets In Nepal for more Tech News and information