Galaxy A5 Specs and Release Date

Samsung is preparing to launch A Series, mobile phones that are dedicated mid-range segment. The first from its kind seems to be the Galaxy A5 (SM-A500F model), a smartphone that has not been officially revealed, but whose existence is confirmed by a series of convincing photographs. The new smartphone is built using shapes similar to Samsung Alpha Galaxy‘s design, but if we take a closer look to Galaxy A5 Specs you may see that is dedicated for other categories of users.

Last weekend when it was originally rumored , Samsung Galaxy A5 seemed to have back cover made of aluminum. The new information, however, say it is not a metal phone. This seems to copy only Alpha Galaxy‘s design, not the material it is made of, since the case is made of plastic material , but feels cold to touch, like metal.

The Galaxy A5 seems to be rather the equivalent of iPhone 5C and the mid-range Galaxy A5 Specs confirm this. According to Sam Mobile, the new Samsung smartphone will have a Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor , a display of 5 inch Super AMOLED with HD resolution (1280 x 720) and 16 GB memory. A bad thing about this phone is that is build in such way that users do not have access to the 2330 mAh battery. SIM and microSD slots were added to the side of the phone, accessible using a metal pin. The same source suggests that Samsung has integrated in Galaxy A5 Specs a 13 MP rear camera and 5 megapixel camera for the front, for great selfies.

Galaxy A5 Specs and Release Date

Being the first time we hear or see pictures of this device, we may be a few months away from official Galaxy A5 release date. However, it is possible that Galaxy A5 to come on the market soon, since running the same version of TouchWiz interface from Galaxy Note 4 and not a new version. That is all we know about Galaxy A5 Specs and Release Date, but stay close. We will get right back as soon as new information will be available.

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