The future Samsung Galaxy A7 2018 is seen in GFXBench

The machinery of Samsung does not stop working and, as in all other manufacturers, the mobile phones begin their development phase long before they are put on sale. So we know data about the terminals months before its presentation and so we are here, right now, with several of the specifications of the Samsung Galaxy A7 2018 on the table.

Samsung Galaxy A7 2018

The model of this same year was presented in January so you can expect something similar for the terminal intended to cover the line A for next year 2018. But during its first tests of performance has left a mark on GFXBench and how No, that footprint has come to the surface. Let’s see what awaits us with the future middle range of Koreans.

According to what has come to light through GFXBench, the future Samsung Galaxy A7 2018 will have a screen with FullHD resolution that is expected to reach 5.7 as in the current generation. Being a test of performance, we do not know if the phone will embrace the tendency to remove the frames or not, to know that there are still some months.

As for the processor, GFXBench shows an eight-core Cortex A53 chip at 2.1GHz and no model number, so it could be an Exynos processor or equivalent in the Qualcomm catalog. In the terminal of 2017 we opted for the Exynos 7880, we will see what we have prepared Samsung for an A7 2018 that already shows with 4GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. More microSD, we suppose.

Samsung Galaxy A7 2018

With Android 7.1.1 on board in these early tests, we’ll see what happens in January when Android O is official, the future Samsung Galaxy A7 2018 is seen with a 16 megapixel rear camera with autofocus and LED flash but will not have native HDR. Also 16 megapixels appear on the front and, interestingly, the lens for selfies will be able to record QHD video vs. FullHD resolution of its sister back.

There are still many features to be known about this future Samsung Galaxy A7 2018 but it is already aiming to be a midrange with a good performance. The fingerprint reader is expected, although it has not been revealed in the benchmark, to accompany the NFC chip that has appeared. Let’s see how it would look compared to the current terminal.

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