Right after Galaxy S5’s fail, Samsung decided that it is the right time to start building a more premium Galaxy smartphone series. Last year, this series finally started to take shape with the announcement of the Galaxy Alpha, which was the first Samsung smartphone to sport a metal frame (goodbye to all that plastic). Soon after its release (Alpha), Samsung announced three Galaxy A series smartphones, but this time around the frame was not the only piece of metal, the entire housing of all three handsets was made of anodized Aluminum.
Samsung Electronics is hard at work with the next-gen of Galaxy A series smartphones, which according to Anzhuo Chinese publication will debut early next year and will include the Galaxy A7 and Galaxy A5 smartphone. The same source provides images of the actual devices (front/back).
The Galaxy A7 and Galaxy A5 will sport larger screens and thin bezels as well as a back made of 2.5D glass, something we’ve seen on this autumn on the Galaxy Note 5.
Samsung SM-A5100 (Galaxy A5) will feature a 5.2-inch Super AMOLED display with 1080p screen resolution, underneath it