Rumored Samsung Galaxy A4 to come with 5.5-inch screen?

Rumored Samsung Galaxy A4 to come with 5.5-inch screen?
Just the other day, we told you about a unannounced Samsung phone with the model number SM-A430U that appeared on India's import-export site Zauba. With the Samsung Galaxy A3 (2016) sporting the model number of SM-A310 and SM-A510 representing the Samsung Galaxy A5 (2016), we are working under the presumption that this is the Samsung Galaxy A4.

The initial Zauba postings merely indicated that the phone has a valuation of $477.18, and was imported into India for R&D evaluation. Along with the phone, Samsung imported a data cable and a SIM card. That was all of the information about the device that could be gleaned by going over Zauba. That is, until a new listing appeared.

This past Tuesday, May 4th, four more units of the SM-A430U were imported into India for testing. This time, the listing on Zauba included a screen-size of 5.5-inches. And the valuation of each unit was dropped to the equivalent of $355.09 USD.

Getting bits and pieces of information like this is certainly not the way we like to present you with the rumored specs of an unknown model, but until we run into some more leaks, this is the best we can do at the moment for the SM-A430U.

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source: Zauba via



1. Khmer-Geek unregistered

haha s7 is fail in cambodia no one buy it still full in stock

4. SonyOwner unregistered

Cambodia need to be educated

5. yoosufmuneer

Posts: 1518; Member since: Feb 14, 2015

He is a returning troll. He was the kid behind those "Patriot" accounts.

2. villagehunter22

Posts: 5; Member since: Feb 18, 2016

Samsung the new phone again!

3. GreenMan

Posts: 2698; Member since: Nov 09, 2015

Seems like 5.5" is the new 5"... Can't say: I'm Lovin' it ®...

6. yoosufmuneer

Posts: 1518; Member since: Feb 14, 2015

But it'd be even better if curved

7. htcisthebest

Posts: 438; Member since: Nov 15, 2011

While I am a Samsung fan and am excited about their success with the S7 duo, I think they are making way more devices than consumers really need. If I were the CEO, I would probably focus on high-end (S and Note series) and upper mid-range and leave the low-end to the Chinese manufacturers. They can't compete with the Chinese in low-end and although their mid-range phones are selling well, they are definitely dragging down Samsung's profit margin. For well-established companies like Samsung which already has a big market share (unlike newer companies like HTC), it's more important to grow profit than market share. But that's just my opinion.

8. FlySheikh

Posts: 444; Member since: Oct 02, 2015

I agree with it.

9. MrElectrifyer

Posts: 3960; Member since: Oct 21, 2014

So long as they continue growing profit by implementing what consumers want, I agree, they should cut down on the number of device being made yearly and focus more on growing their profit than market-share. It'll also help them in meeting another consumer demand; faster OS updates.

11. ibend

Posts: 6747; Member since: Sep 30, 2014

at least they should make the segmentation clearer.. like under $250 is Galaxy J, $250-$400 are Galaxy C, $400-$600 are for Galaxy A, and higher than that is flagship class.. and each class have compact, normal, and phablet size (3 is enough, unlike A3, A4, A5, A7, and A9, lol).. right now most expensive Galaxy J is overlapping with chapest Galaxy A, and they add galaxy C between them, lol..

12. MrElectrifyer

Posts: 3960; Member since: Oct 21, 2014

Consider sending them that feedback, I sent similar earlier via one live chat support...the more consumers send similar feedback, the more likely they'll listen.

10. sebstin

Posts: 193; Member since: Dec 03, 2015 many phones sammy will release ?. That too 5.5" form factor.... how many phones ?.

13. hamedju

Posts: 2; Member since: May 08, 2016


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