Samsung to launch Galaxy A Series
Three devices by Samsung were leaked over the last couple of weeks but no official statement was given by the South Korean tech giant. With New Year coming closer, there is yet no news about the future of Samsung’s Galaxy A series.
Three new devices that with their previous names including Galaxy A3, Galaxy A5 and Galaxy A7 all bearing the 2017 badge were supposed to be launched somewhere in December this year but it seems that Samsung has postponed their release to January 2017.
One ever so famous leaker who goes by the name of Roland Quandt states that two devices will hit Western Europe markets somewhere in mid-January.
He also brought the rumor of four color variants being available for A3 and A5 devices to be made available, namely pink, gold, black and blue.
It is believed that Samsung’s new smartphones will be mid-range priced as the Galaxy A3 will be available for purchase for 349 Euros and the Galaxy A5 will be a tad more expensive bearing a price tag of 449 euros.
Last but not the least, the most powerful version of Samsung Galaxy’s A series, the A7, will be launched later not being released among the other two.
No specs and design information was released prior to the devices’ official launch but we do expect that they will place themselves at the top of mid-range markets and will boom in sales as well as the previous generation of Galaxy A series did.
It is expected from them to make their devices available to other countries after their Western-Europe release, being made available to other markets a few months later.