Galaxy E series : Samsung Galaxy E5 and E7, new specs leaked

After the recently revealed specs of Samsung Galaxy A series now we have another impressive series of Samsung with its two distinct smartphones. This new device line-up is the Galaxy E series with its two leaked devices, namely the Galaxy E5 (SM-E500) and the Galaxy E 7 (SM-E700).

Leaks over the couple of weeks are showing nice specs on both upcoming Samsung’s E series devices. Primarily both devices of Galaxy E series feature the Android 5.0 Lollipop. Along with this latest Android OS these devices also load similar specs to the Galaxy A5 and A7. Also the battery on the both devices remains non-removal. Apart from these similarities the latest rumors about both devices revel many things different.

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The Galaxy E7

Considering the contrasting specs of the Galaxy E7 we can find it being 5.5-inch in its screen size with a Super AMOLED display. Along with this it also holds a powerful 13MP Samsung camera on its back and a 5MP camera on front. Also considering its internal specs we can find it with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 SoC chipset clocked at 1.2 GHz on a quad-core CPU. It is also loaded with 2GB of RAM which makes it a powerful smartphone along with 16GB of internal storage.

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The Galaxy E5:

While getting to specs of the Galaxy E5 we finds a 5-inch screen. It also displays 720p resolution over a Super AMOLED display similar to the E7. Although the main camera is reduced to 8 MP but the front camera remain the same 5 MP camera.

Also internally its the same with a Snapdragon 410 chipset and 2GB of RAM along with 16GB of in-build storage and a bit shorter battery that is 2,300 mAh. Although its battery and some of other features are reduced but the design is made thinner then the E7.

Apart form all these specs yet it is not clear whether both devices will feature metal bodies like the devices of Samsung A series or will have usual plastic build. Though if the devices of E series got the metallic bodies it might be confusing to differentiate them against the similar devices of A series.

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