According to a User Agent Profile revealed by Samsung’s official websites. The Samsung Galaxy A7 (SM-A700FD ) will have a Full HD (1920×1,080 pixels) display and a 64-bit processor (an ARMv8-A CPU), 5.2-inch display? The metal frame that is premium and elegant.
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The AT&T Samsung Galaxy Mega 2 is now on sale for $149.99 with 2-year contract. The Mega 2 has a 6″ HD display with 720×1280 pixel resolution, Dual instance mode and One-handed operation mode, the big screen look pretty swanky too. AT&T is asking for 474.99 for the Galaxy Mega 2 with no contract, $19.80 a month with Next 18, $23.75 a month with Next 12.
The LG G3 Screen has a 5.9-inch 1080p screen and an eight-core “NUCLUN” chips. Extreme low energy true Octa core sounds good to me. LG was actually very wise for only including a 1080p screen. Excepting the SoC and overall display size, that’s basically the specs for every flagship this year.
The AT&T Kindle Fire HDX 7 will be available to purchase starting tomorrow, October 24 for $99.99 with a two-year contract or $0 down and 20 monthly payments of $10 each. AT&T won’t sell a WiFi only tablet. Its LTE 4G. The Fire HDX 7 is way better than the cheaper Fire HD 6 and 7 Amazon is selling now. Amazon did announce that the tablet will be getting the updated Fire OS in the near future.
A new color for HTC One Mini 2 model at Carphone Warehouse UK has become available, Pink. Pricing for the Pink version of the One Mini 2 is set at ￡20 ($32) per month with no upfront fee, or full retail price is ￡379.95 ($606).
I assume the LG Liger is an expansion of the G3 line, not a new flagship, given the G3 has a qHD display, and 3GB RAM on its 32GB models. It makes me think the Soc is a midrange chip with maybe good battery life or it is cheap. Probably shouldn’t expect a K1 or anything.