Samsung’s mysterious Galaxy A series phone could come with Snapdragon 710: report

Samsung is all set to unveil its next Galaxy smartphone on October 11th. That is when the company has scheduled its “4X Fun” event. As we reported earlier on this, there has been an interesting development apart from the speculated quadruple-camera on the rear. Samsung’s upcoming phone could be powered by a Snapdragon 710, as per a leakster.

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The South Korean giant could be working on its first ever Qualcomm SD710 processor enabled smartphone. Among the likes of Xiaomi Mi 8 SE, Vivo NEX A, OPPO R17 Pro, and many more to join in the coming weeks, Samsung could just break the market with this news. Well, at least this would be a good news for all the Samsung loyal fan, if not it will get everyone in the market looking for a phone excited about this.

The company has so far upgraded almost all the existing Galaxy A series line-up. Which is why it is believed that this would be an all-new breed of Galaxy A series, if not completely different. There are many smartphones line-up for launch in the month of October and Samsung may just be looking to steal the thunder with its touting quadruple rear camera setup and a significantly powerful Qualcomm processor.

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We don’t know much about the specifications of this mysterious Galaxy A smartphone. But one thing is sure, that Samsung is going to enjoy teasing this one as after its Note 8 it needs something else to talk about in the market full of premium smartphone launches. What do you guys think? Let us know in the comments section below. Stay tuned for further updates on this smartphone launch.


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