Samsung has pulled out three rear cameras for its mid-range line of smartphones, but with a few quesitonable compromises.
Like the Galaxy A5 (2017) and A3 (2017) before it, the 5.7-inch Samsung Galaxy A7 (2017) kicks off a limited Android 8.0 Oreo rollout in just one global market.
As suspected, Verizon's Oreo update for the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge turned out to be a false alarm, and the actual rollouts may not happen anywhere in the world for at least a few more weeks.
We don't have a price tag or release date yet, but the no doubt budget-friendly Samsung Galaxy A6 is expected out in India before long with a single rear camera and dual selfie shooters in tow.
After a very slow Android Oreo updating start, Samsung ambitiously seems to think it can pull off major OS makeovers for the Galaxy Note 8, S7 and S7 Edge by mid-April.
This is it, ladies and gents, the upper mid-range Samsung Galaxy A8+ (2018) manhandled on video, full spec sheet in tow.
Nothing's certain until it's certain, but the Galaxy A7 (2018) and A5 (2018) are very likely to be Samsung's first "Infinity Display" mid-rangers.
It's practically etched in stone now that the mid-range Samsung Galaxy A5 (2018) will sport an 18.5:9 screen, which suggests razor-thin bezels.
Samsung is gearing up to redefine the smartphone market's mid-range standards again, with a Galaxy A7 (2018) seemingly packing 6GB RAM.
The "Infinity Displays" of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy A5 (2018) and A7 (2018) look impressive for mid-rangers, albeit not as great as the S8 or Note 8.
Compared to the "international" Samsung Galaxy J7 (2017), a brand-new model available in Korea at around $510 gains Bixby assistance.
Samsung's detailed, long-term Android Nougat promotion plans are official... in Turkey, including devices as old and humble as the J5, J7, J7 Prime and On7.
The "stylish, powerful and practical" Samsung Galaxy A7 (2017), A5 (2017) and A3 (2017) mid-end Android smartphones are finally out and about.
Just days before their presumed CES 2017 debut, the mid-range, premium-looking Samsung Galaxy A3 (2017) and A5 (2017) show us their true colors.
According to Samsung's mobile Malaysian branch, "something Awaits" us. Presumably, 2017 editions of Galaxy A phones, water resistance and all.
While not exactly high-end under the hood, the looming 2017 editions of the Samsung Galaxy A3 and A7 will turn a few heads with their sleek designs.
Android Nougat updates are apparently not just headed for Galaxy S7, Note 5, S6 and Tab S2 models... eventually, but the full 2016 Galaxy A roster also.
The mid-range Samsung Galaxy A7 (2017) that we're likely to see unveiled by the end of 2016 could sport water resistance and a large battery.
The ultimate selfie powerhouse? Samsung appears to be cooking up a "mid-range" Galaxy A7 (2017) phone with 16MP rear and front cameras.
Can’t you feel that holiday cheer, Samsung? The Ga-la-la-la-laaa-la-la-laxy A9 is back on the eggnog overflow and we have more details as to what it tows. And there’s also a little quirk that made us shift in our seats just a little bit. See if you can spot it and guess what we think it means while we go through the laundry list.
The new leak from Weibo seems to be a showroom specifications card meant for Samsung plots in retail stores or carriers. This one’s for the dual-SIM version that can apparently come in salmon, champagne or white [...]
The Samsung Galaxy A9 holds no more secrets with a few weeks likely left until it officially goes on sale, as presentation slides are disclosed online.
In Netherlands, as well as presumably other European markets, the Samsung Galaxy A3 (2016) and A5 (2016) are slated to ship to early buyers on January 8.
As expected, the Samsung Galaxy A7 (2016), A5 (2016), and A3 (2016) are pretty spectacular for mid-range Android standards, with premium designs in tow.