Samsung Galaxy A7 (2016) Powered By Exynos 7580 Spotted On AnTuTu

Sequel to the Samsung Galaxy A7 surfaced once again in a new way with another leak. After getting Bluetooth SIG certification recently, it has cropped up in AnTuTu. The benchmarks of Galaxy A7 refresh confirms Exynos 7580 chipset for the A710F, A710S and A710K. Details for that is explained below.

It doesn’t show up the already speculated Snapdragon 615 SoC like the Galaxy J7, which has versions with 7580. The chipset is aimed at the mid-range processor and has eight Cortex-A53 cores and Mali-T720 GPU.

Other specifications of the Galaxy S7 update seems to be very specific and identical to its predecessor. It is paired to 3GB of RAM and 16GB of storage. The phone was running Android 5.1.1 Lollipop for the benchmark.

Like the current A7, the new model also has a 5.5-inch 1080p fullHD screen, a 13MP main camera, plus a 5MP selfie-centric shooter, though the screen glass may have a 2.5D shape and the loudspeaker has been relocated.

Although the listing however confirms that there’s a new version of Galaxy A7 exists. Samsung is already rumored that it going to introduce two different variants of Galaxy A7. One for its home country and the other is for international market.

The Samsung Galaxy A7 update may not launch until after new year and not before Galaxy A9 and it is also said there’s another version of Galaxy A5 in the works.