The latest news surrounding the device involves a 13MP camera instead of the initially reported 8MP shooter, alongside the updated TouchWiz interface that Samsung introduced at IFA with its new Samsung Galaxy Note 4.
Otherwise, the SM-A500 is expected to include a 5-inch 720 Super AMOLED screen, quad-core Snapdragon 400 CPU, and 16GB of expandable storage. Notably, the 2,330mAh battery is expected to be of the non-removable kind - unlike on the Galaxy Alpha - while a 5MP front-facer is also expected.
We'll have the latest on the upcoming SM-A500 as it emerges.
LG started to use removable battery again with LG G3. And always used it for the G Pro series.
sony, htc, microsoft, xiaomi, LG, nexus... has COMMITTED a mortal sin of placing non-removable battery on their phones
And yet it matches the specs of a competing OSes newest flagship - which I guess makes that phone midrange.