The ending of the year has brought great news to avid Samsung aficionados, especially, those who are anticipating the release of Samsung Galaxy A3. Although it is early to rejoice, some are speculating for the forthcoming take-off of the said brand and model. With the issuance of certification by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), most likely, Samsung will give the public a taste of their Samsung Galaxy A3 early next year.

The FCC certification enables any company selling electronic items to market and sell in the United States. The device number has been issued and it comes under SM-A320F.

Samsung Galaxy A3 features hardware specifications of Octa-core, running at a 1.5GHz clock speed, with 64-bit, Mali-T830 MP2 graphics processor and a 2 GB RAM. It is made of water and dust resistant, Aluminum design. Its camera has 12 megapixels (back camera) and 8 megapixels (front camera) with an auto-focus and geo-tagging capacities. It will be available in black, white, gold, and pink shades. It is built with a screen size of 4.7 inches. More information will be revealed as the days go by.

Samsung Galaxy A3 is part of the modified versions of the A series, including, Galaxy A5 and Galaxy A7. The said make and model caters to the market segment of those who might not be able to afford a high end phone but enjoy decent specifications, nevertheless.

It will be noted that the Samsung had hurdles penetrating China market because of Xiaomi. The A series is the first attempt created as a part of the mid-tier group to respond to the bottlenecks. They are comparable to the performance of the Samsung Galaxy S5 but they are not as expensive.

The public will have to wait and see for themselves what the modified Samsung Galaxy A3 can offer for the price they are willing to pay. The Samsung Galaxy A3 might just be in your hands next year!