Looks like Samsung made a bit of a blunder in the spec sheet of the newly announced Galaxy A7. When the phone was announced a couple of days ago, the spec sheet mentioned it had a 5.5-inch HD Super AMOLED display. Turns out, that wasn't quite right, as the A7 has a FHD or a Full HD (1920x1080) resolution display instead.
Samsung has since then corrected the mistake everywhere, with all official sources now listing the display as FHD instead of just HD.
If the display resolution was something that bothered you about the phone, we guess this correction should calm you down now.
no barometer, no 802.11ac, no removable battery, no gyroscope, no lollipop on launch, only 16gb option
i like this mobile in all future
Ya, heard of it, n its average write is somewhere around 10MB U3 cards are ok, however, how many phones out there support it