Recently we have spotted two devices from the Korean manufacturer on the FCC (Federal Communications Commission). It is a one of the checkpoints before a device is launched in the US markets. The devices spotted on the FCC were Samsung Galaxy A3 (2016) and Galaxy A5 (2016).
Both the devices will have the e-labels as a menu item which will be places somewhere in the device settings. Nothing much has been revealed from the listing on FCC but a screenshot unleashed in one of the documents of the devices revealed that the Galaxy A5 (2016) will house a battery of 2900mAh, which is almost 25% bigger than its predecessor Galaxy A5 released earlier. However the other document’s device didn’t reveal any numbers about the device.
We have already seen the Galaxy A5 (2016) in live images along with the Galaxy A7 (2016) and once with Galaxy A3 (2016) some days ago which has led to confusion and does not provide any substantial information on the looks of the device. However, we recommend you to wait for sometime before all this information gets revealed by the trusted sources.