The Samsung SM-A500 could have an all metal housing
Once the technology fair IFA 2014 that took place in the city of Berlin (Germany) during these days, rumors about new models of smart phones from major manufacturers revert to their share of ownership. This time the protagonist is none other than the South Korean company Samsung, which starred a rumor that suggests that might soon to market a new mid-range smartphone with full metal casing.
According ensures the rumor, which refers to the three mobile midrange Samsung over which we have spoken on previous occasions, the Samsung SM-A500 is a smartphone that will feature a full metal casing , which compared to metal edges on the Samsung Galaxy Alpha would be a marked improvement in terms of quality premium relates. The other two phones of this new range of metallic mobile Samsung, the SM-A300 and A700-SM probably also come with a metal case and a mid-range technical specifications.
In fact, as far as technical specifications of the SM-A500 is concerned, recently, a performance test we found many of the features of this new smartphone which is currently working Samsung. The SM-A500 comes with a screen Super AMOLED of five inches to reach a resolution of 1,280 x 720 pixels. Inside a processor will stay Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 to four cores that run at a clock speed of 1.2 GHz with a memory RAM with 2 gigabytes of capacity. The internal storage capacity will reach 16 gigabytes (expandable via a card microSD to be inserted into a slot that will work as a card slot for external memory card slot as Nanosim). The main camera sensor will incorporate eight megapixels, while the front camera sensor will come with a five megapixel.
Nothing more details on any of the unknown three metal midrange phones (SM-A300, A500-SM and SM-A700) where it seems that Samsung is working on right now. Given that one of them (the Samsung SM-A500) has already started spending his first performance tests, it is not unreasonable to think that your presentation may occur during the last months of this year 2014. Course, remains to be seen whether these phones end up coming to the European market or will be allocated solely to the Asian viewers, something that is very common in the special editions of the terminals of the major brands (see for example the case of the Samsung Galaxy S5 LTE-A, which was first launched on the Asian mainland and after a few months, finally was also practically confirmed for the European market).