I have already heard numerous rumors about Samsung's upcoming A devices – the A3, A5, and A7. Designed in a similar chamfered-metal-frame language like the recently released samsung Galaxy Alpha, the 3 new phones are expected to bring their place mainly inside the mid-range sector, using the lowest-specced A3 to sport a (rumors beyond this point) 1.2 Ghz Snapdragon 410, 1 GB of RAM, along with a 540x960 resolution on the 4. 5 " screen ; the A5 – a similar Snapdragon 410, a 720x1280 resolution, along with a 5 " screen ; and also the A7 is predicted to become the biggest handset – having a 5. 2 " display, sporting a 1080x1920 resolution, 2 GB RAM, along with a 1. 5 Ghz Snapdragon 615 SoC.
The new phones will surely be striking the markets in China in early November and also the main mission in case the A series is to bring back many of the positions that Samsung lost to Xiaomi once the latter took the China market by storm earlier right now, offering top-specced devices at really low price points.
Its said that Samsung will surely be pricing the A phones between $350 and $500, which remains a little more than what Xiaomi sells its flagship Mi4 for. If so, it may be curious to discover in case the midrange A phones can sway some attention in his or her direction, only for being 64-bit phones.
There's yet no word on plans for worldwide launch of Sammy's new midrangers. If these folks were conceived as soldiers inside the battle against Xiaomi, Samsung might not even be intending on spreading them worldwide. We will just have to wait patiently and find out.