Upcoming Galaxy A7 2016 is featured with Exynos 7580 chipset Specs Revealed by Au Tu Tu
Previously we heard that the upcoming Galaxy A7 2016 is featured with Snapdragon 615 chipset but recently the handset cleared An Tu Tu benchmark test which shows the device has Samsung’s own Exynos 7580 chipset.
Today An Tu Tu official Weibo account revealed the result information of Galaxy A7 2016. The original Galaxy A7 was released in February and powered with Snapdragon 615 and Samsung’s own Exynos 5430 chipset. The selection of the chipset is depending upon the regions. A second generation also follows the same pattern and has the two chipset options. The Snapdragon version is being discussed since long, but the Exynos version just popped up over the benchmark site and possibly the device has the modest version of Exynos.
Samsung already used the Exynos 750 chipset is the mid-range device like Galaxy J7 and Galaxy S5 Neo. The usage of the same chipset is not new for Samsung. According to the An Tu Tu benchmark the handset has 5.5 inches display which is probably super AMOLED with 1080 x 1920 pixels resolution. It has 3 GB RAM and 16 GB internal memory. In the account of a camera the device has 13 MP rear and 5 MP front-facing shooter.
After looking the specs, we can assume that the new device will not come with many changes but the leaked images suggest that this Android Phone has some design up gradations and according to the leak images it will be the perfect combination of glass and metal. The original handset was out with metal frame and the plastic back and if the leaked images are based upon the fact the new handset followed the Galaxy S6 design line and seems the premium version of previously launched Galaxy A7 2015.