Samsung started adopting metal for it's smartphones with the launch of the Galaxy Alpha, and it looks like the device will not be the only one in the company's Alpha line of smartphones. More word has started becoming available on another Samsung Galaxy Alpha smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy A7.
Unlike previous rumors and speculation about the device, today's information comes directly from the Koran manufacturer's website, so there is very little doubt about it's authenticity. The Galaxy A7 will be coming with a Full HD screen coupled with dual-SIM capability.
Courtesy of a user agent profile spotted at Samsung's website, we now know that the Galaxy A7 will be getting a screen resolution of 1920 x 1080. The device is referred by it's model number - SM-A700FD in the log as can be seen in the image above.
In addition to it's screen resolution, we can also spot a couple of more details about the Galaxy A7. The device will be using a 1.5 GHz ARM-v8 CPU, which means that like previous devices, the Galaxy Alpha will also be capable of supporting 64-bit. This will be good news for all those waiting to get their hands on Android L, as Google's own Nexus 6 uses the 32-bit Snapdragon 805. But until Samsung announces it plans about Android L update, the Galaxy A7 can be expected to ship running Kit Kat.
Another piece of information that we can extract from the device's model number is about its connectivity. The Galaxy A7 can now be expected to come with Dual-SIM support, which is a feature that has been speculated in the past as well. So far the Galaxy A7 sounds like a reasonable device. But we can't say anything for sure until more specs become available. So stay tuned and we'll keep you updated. And let us know about what you think in the comments section.