The new Galaxy A (2017) lineup is going to be announced on January 5. The date has been confirmed officially by Samsung via press invites and social media posts. And while we saw the Galaxy A5 (2017) and A7 (2017) make appearances on a pre-order poster, we still know nothing about those.
It turns out Samsung has uploaded support pages on its official Dutch website for the Galaxy A3 (2017) and the Galaxy A5 (2017), so we now know for sure those two will be definitely present at the announcement. And thanks to the leaked Chinese poster we can also add the Galaxy A7 (2017) to the certain participants on stage.
But there is more good news. A Samsung Malaysia's VP of Mobile and IT Business Unit Lee Jui Siang has also commented on the water resistance - indeed the hints were read correctly and all Galaxy A (2017) phones will be IP68-certified.
"Samsung is focused on continuing to push the frontier of what’s possible to deliver innovation that matter. As a leader in the mobile industry, we designed the Samsung Galaxy A Series (2017) that suits the needs of trendy savvy consumers.
The latest smartphones combine a premium design with a range of flagship benefits which includes IP68-rated dust and water resistant which is the first ever of its range."
There are no official specs, but in addition to the water resistance, we know all Galaxy A (2017) phones will pack Super AMOLED screens and will come with an Always on Display (AOD) support.
All specs, details, and pricing will be shared with the world on January 5.
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the price of second-hand smartphone are determined by the buyers, the more buyer means more 'stable' price.. In Indonesia, only affordable phones and popular phones who got stable second-hand price, not the premium phones..
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