Samsung Galaxy A7 confirmed having a 64-bit Processor

Speculation surrounding a supposed new Samsung type of devices that could call the Galaxy Alpha its forefather is at an all-time high thanks into your very significant body of rumors and leaks. And today, Samsung's own website has transpired over a few more clues on the innards of perhaps one of the line's members -- Samsung Galaxy A7. As i have discussed previously, the Galaxy A7 is predicted to launch having a 5. 5-inch display, which makes it the most important on the suggested trio (as well as the 4. 5-inch Galaxy A3 and 5-inch Galaxy A5).

Samsung Galaxy A7 confirmed having a 64-bit Processor

Thanks into your user agent profile of the device codenamed SM-A700FD (or Galaxy A7) we now also know the rumors were true and the screen's resolution will sit at 1080 x 1920, or perhaps a density of 401 pixels per inch. What is more, we have also got another confirmation -- the 1. 5GHz chipset powering the A7 is founded on ARMv8-A architecture, meaning that we're taking a look at a 64-bit processor (Snapdragon 410?). From the issues we know to date, the full A household will hit the marketplace with Android 4. 4 KitKat in tow, therefore the 64-bit part will remain irrelevant for a good length of time -- at the very least until these devices acquire an update to Android 5. 0 Lollipop, the first version of Google's mobile platform to take actual use on the newer architecture.

Lastly, rumors have to date suggested the Samsung Galaxy A7 won't be particularly cheap, and can sport a mid-range price of anywhere between $450 and $500. From our experience, reckoning on the remainder of the specs, that tag will either make or break the A7.