Samsung Galaxy A4 (2017) will be a mid ranged phone

Samsung Galaxy A4 (2017) has been certified by SIG. SIG is based in Washington who looks into the development of Bluetooth standards and licensing of the Bluetooth technologies and trademark to manufacturers.

The device is not yet confirmed to be Samsung Galaxy A4 (2017) but it is believed to be the same by some industry watchers. The device has model number SM-A450F.

Coming to the Bluetooth version, it will be the latest in the market. Yes, we are talking about Bluetooth v5.

Bluetooth 5 is great for to Internet of Things. If we see a technology like this pushed into mid-ranged phones, we are likely to see it in similarly priced phones as well. It will be a great to connect to devices around us much easily now.

BTW, did you read about Samsung’s new screen technology?

Samsung Galaxy A4 (2017) is now Bluetooth certified by SIG

Galaxy A4 (2017) is said to be a mid-range device and would be the first to come with this version of Bluetooth. Previously, Samsung Galaxy S8 and Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus is known to be running Bluetooth 5 technology. Since this device would be debut this year, not much is known about it.

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However, insiders have leaked a handful of specs. The Galaxy A4 (2017) would come with 5-inch Super AMOLED screen with 2.5D glass protection. In the storage front, there will be 32GB of internal storage and additional storage for an external microSD card.

Galaxy A4 (2017) will comes with 3000mAh battery on board. It’s also rumored that this handset will run on their homegrown Exynos chipset. The device will run on Android 7.1.1 Nougat out of the box.

There is no solid evidence about the device, but it seems we might see it by the end of this year. However, the Samsung device we are expecting the earliest is Samsung Galaxy Note 8.

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