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Published: Wed, March 08, 2017
Economy | By Melissa Porter

Samsung Galaxy A5, A7 launched in India


Samsung fans who are eager to get their hands on the Galaxy S8 series in the third week of April, might have to wait a bit longer. It will use Samsung Galaxy infinity display in all the future smartphones of the company. Regarding the price, the Samsung Galaxy S8 handset is expected to be way more expensive than the Pixel 2.

According to Android Police, Verizon's official update to Android 7.0 will now let S7 and S7 Edge owners update their phones to Nougat. It is also speculated that it is measured with 6.2-inch or 6.4-inch Super AMOLED 4K display. The flagship device is also expected to include a 13 megapixel of back camera and a cool 5-megapixel front camera. It is a sleek looking device with thin bezels. The Smartphone will be having 16-megapixel at the rear and a secondary 16-megapixel camera in the front followed with an expectation of 300mAh battery. On the front, it is a bit hard to identify the bezels.

We have rounded up the most reoccurring and liable rumors regarding the device's specs and we will present them right now. For the specifications of Samsung Galaxy S8, you can have a look at our previous articles.

"Although it can hardly be considered a delay, since the devices have not even been announced yet, the Samsung Galaxy S8 duo's release timetable has slipped by a week relative to the company's original plans". Between the Galaxy A5 and Galaxy A7, the only difference is the display size and battery capacity. While the Verizon didn't exactly say which security patch is included in the Android 7.0 update, it is probably safe to assume that it will also include the February 1, 2017 patch that came with the updates for other USA carriers. Samsung also talks about the phone offering three levels of security - fingerprint based and PIN based authentication, Digital Tokenization, and Samsung KNOX. It is worth mentioning that while the new Galaxy A5 and Galaxy A7 come with Samsung Pay, the contactless payments service is yet to be officially rolled out in the Indian market.

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