Just one year ago, the South-Korean company Samsung was unveiling their first full metallic phones called Samsung Galaxy A3 and Galaxy A5, devices with pretty mid-range specs and uni-body cases. As it seems, the manufacturer is now working on version 2.0 of these smartphones, as we get to know today.


The info regarding these upcoming variants are coming from Zauba, site that is following the products arrived in India, country where a lot of producers are sending their devices for testing purposes. Apparently, Samsung Galaxy A3 will carry the SM-A310F code number, and it will bring a 4.75 inch display, compared to the 4.5 one found on the actual model.

On the other hand we have the SM-A510F, the successor of the 5-inch Galaxy A5, phone that might get a 5.2 inch display. Taking in consideration that the actual A3 and A5 devices are coming with Super AMOLED panels, we expect to see the same technology brough on their successors too.

Among the possible hardware specs for these two smartphone we might get 2 GB of RAM memory, 16 GB space of internal storage and a quad-core processor developed by Qualcomm.

via: napidroid.hu 

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