New year comes with new challenges and Samsung might be doing damage control following the cataclysmic discontinuation of its flagship Galaxy Note 7 device, but this isn’t mean that it will not release new phones.
Earlier manufacturer unveiled its Galaxy A lineup, with improved design and features. There will be 3 different models with 4.7-inch, 5.2-inch and a 5.7-inch screen with model name A3, A5 and A7.
The boosted front and rear cameras will offer better performance in low-light conditions with faster autofocus capabilities. A3 will come with slightly less powerful cameras – a 13MP shooter at the back and an 8MP camera at the front.
Phones will feature USB-C connectivity, enhanced IP68 water resistance, as well as supercharged 16MP front and rear cameras.Much like the Galaxy S7, the IP68 waterproofing certification guarantees that in addition to withstanding the ingress of dust, A series should survive 5 feet under water.USB-C connectivity will allow faster charging with easy connectivity.
Not much change in the design Galaxy A series will hold hybrid metal and glass design, a right and slight change in speaker grill, which is the nright-hand side of the device.
The South Korean manufacturer says that initially A series will be released in Russia and will be shipped to global market afterward. Phones will be available in 4 colors but the price still remains unclear.