Samsung is one of the greatest tech companies in the world. While their luxury devices rival those produced by competitor Apple, and sometimes even surpass them, many customers love them for their mid-range devices as well. Samsung has a notorious affordable Galaxy line that, while it’s certainly hit or miss, it does come with some pretty solid devices. One of the best devices in Samsung’s mid-range line is the Galaxy A3.
Samsung Galaxy A4 Coming Soon
And because the A3 is doing so well, it’s only natural that Samsung have decided to come out with a follow-up in the line. Thus, we do know for sure that the Samsung Galaxy A4 is coming soon, and it’s very similar to the A3, but perhaps better. At least we hope it will be. However, the device lacked something crucial until now: Wi-Fi. But this all has changed for the better. According to Weibo, the famous Chinese microblogging platform, the Samsung Galaxy A4 just received its Wi-Fi certification.
Having Wi-Fi access is a crucial and even mandatory feature that smartphones are expected to possess. A phone lacking the ability to connect to Wi-Fi simply wouldn’t sell, seeing as how mobile data plans are quite expensive, in spite of the alluring bonuses that mobile carriers try to suck their customers in with. And even if you’ve gotten yourself a pretty sweet mobile data deal, chances are you’d prefer to be connected to a reliable Wi-Fi source every once in a while.
This is why Wi-Fi certification was crucial for the Samsung Galaxy A4, and we’ll glad to see that it now has it. The Samsung Galaxy A4 will run on Android 7.1.1 Nougat out of the box on 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. It’s coming soon, so watch out for it.