The Bluetooth certification, the numerous specs leaks, and the leaked images that showed us the front and the back of the phone are a dead giveaway for the imminent announcement of the handset.
What do we know so far? Judging from the surfaced info, the device will be a 5.5-inch Galaxy S6 look-alike that employs a similar metal-glass design and packs predominantly mid-range specs: a 1.5GHz Snapdragon 615 chipset, 3GB of RAM, 16GB of native storage, as well as a 13MP camera at the rear, aided by a 5MP one up front.
Who knows, the Galaxy A7 could also be imbued with a slew of premium features that are often found on higher-end Samsung devices, as it was reported earlier today. Does this mean that Samsung Pay will be available from the get-go? We are hopeful that the answer is "yes".