Samsung hasn’t been doing good with keeping its upcoming devices close lately. The successor of Samsung’s mid-ranger Galaxy A7 has been making rounds in the rumour mills. Just today the new upcoming Galaxy A7 showed up in Antutu benchmark equipping Samsung’s own Exynos 7580 chipset. Earlier it was rumoured that the Galaxy A7 will be powered up with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 615 chipset, but it looks like the Galaxy A7 with Qualcomm Snapdragon 615 chipset won’t be a lone warrior, but it will have a second version with Exynos chipset inside.
As far as the specs of this Exynos 7580 chipset are concerned, its the same SoC that Samsung used on the Galaxy S5 Neo and Galaxy J7. Exynos 7580 is based on 1.6 GHz octa-core Cortex-A53 processor and Mali-T720MP2 GPU. This CPU and GPU, both are ARM architecture based particularly for mid-rangers. On the original Galaxy A7, Samsung used either a Snapdragon 615 Chipset or Exynos 5430 Chipset. The new Exynos 7580 has hit 37,563 points on Antutu while the Snapdragon 615 in the original Galaxy A7 has 32,000 points in Antutu benchmark. This clearly gives us an idea that the successor of Galaxy A7 is going to be better device in terms of CPU performance.
Upcoming Galaxy A7 isn’t going to flaunt a lot of hardware changes. The device is exepected to sport a 5.5-inch display with 1080p resolution. A RAM of 3GB will be accompanying either that Snapdragon 615 or Exynos 7580 CPU. At the back we might find a 13 MP shooter and a 5 MP selfie camera atop of the screen. Galaxy A7 successor will have 16 GB internal storage. Leaks have also suggested that Samsung will apt for a new design for the upcoming Galaxy A7. It is suggested that Samsung will be making the use of glass-metal material and the design that the Galaxy S6 sported. However, there’s no conformance to this change yet.
Galaxy A7 will be carrying the SM-A710 model number. The device will come in different variants labeled as “SM-A710L”, “SM-A710K/S/X” and “SM-A710F/DS”.
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