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Samsung Galaxy A7 revealed to be packing a 64-bit chip and 1080p display

Galaxy Alpha Side

The Samsung Galaxy A7 smartphone is expected to break cover soon as we all know. We’re now getting some clarification on the hardware of this upcoming Samsung droid. If this new revelation is to be believed, the Galaxy A7 will pack a 1080p display, which is a step ahead from the 720p display that we saw on the Galaxy Alpha.

It is also being said that the smartphone will pack a 64-bit chipset (ARMv8-A) clocked at 1.5 GHz, which is ideal with the recent launch of Android 5.0 Lollipop. These details were uncovered from the User Agent Profile of the Galaxy A7, which is pretty convincing. There’s no word on the exact make of the chipset used in the Galaxy A7, but with the Galaxy A5 rumored to be using a Snapdragon 410 chipset (also 64-bit), it is possible that Samsung is using an overclocked version here.

The company might even opt for the powerful Snapdragon 610 or 615 chipsets which were only recently introduced by Qualcomm. The Galaxy A7 is turning out to be quite the flagship and could be a serious threat to the current crop of handsets if priced appropriately.

Galaxy A7 UA Prof

Source: Samsung Mobile

Via: GSM Arena

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