Over the last couple of weeks, it’s quickly started to look like the Galaxy Alpha was just the start of a new line of devices for Samsung. A new line that will focus on the more fashionable side of smartphone design and offer more of a premium feel, rather than simply throwing in features on after another in order to offer those in the mood for form over function. It seems that Samsung is to launch a trio of Galaxy A devices, each with a different size and possibly different features to offer. We’ve heard the names Galaxy A3, Galaxy A5 and Galaxy A7, with the Galaxy A5 leaking out in what appears to be almost final press renders.
Focusing on the Galaxy A7 for a second, SamMobile have been told by one of their sources that the 5.5-inch device will sport a Full HD (that’s 1080p folks) Super AMOLED display, at least in China. We’re not so sure why this latest piece of information seems to focus on China, but there is a small chance that Samsung will release the Galaxy A7 as a slightly different device elsewhere around the globe. No matter what though, it sure sounds like Samsung has something big up their sleeves before the year is out.
Moving back to the Galaxy A5, SamMobile’s source has come forward to say that the device will be launching in China during next month. That might sound just around the corner, but considering we’ve seen the devices in the wild a number of times now and that we’ve also seen some pretty convincing press renders of the device, it sure looks like Samsung has been getting ready for a big launch for quite some time now. Hopefully, we won’t have to wait too much longer to see the new trio of premium Galaxy devices get officially announced by Samsung.