The unveil of Samsung’s 2017 Galaxy A series is expected to have place on January 5. Just a week before the event we are able to take a look at press renders of the upcoming devices obtained by WinFuture. Combining this with all of the recent leaks and rumours we can get quite a good image of what the South Korean company has ready for next year.

Both 2017 variations of the Galaxy A3 and A5 are quite similar to last year’s models. The most visible changes are a slightly lower placement of the camera lens, a more rounded body for easier grip and a new position of the speaker which is now above the power button (this makes it harder to muffle). The colour selection has also been updated with four versions available: black, gold, blue and pink (no white this time around).

Galaxy A3 2017

Moving on to the specs, the smaller Galaxy A3 will sport a 4.7″ HD AMOLED display, an Exynos 7870 processor backed up by 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage. The rear shooter of the device will boast a resolution of 13MP, while the selfie camera will max out at 8MP. The expected price of the phone is 379 Euro.

The larger Galaxy A5 will come with a 5.2″ Full HD AMOLED display, an Exynos 7880 processor, 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. The camera will also be better with both shooters coming in at 16MP. All of this will be most probably worth 479 Euro.

 

Source: WinFuture


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