Don’t we love mid-range Samsung Galaxy phones? They not only help you save money, they also give you a mini high-end phone. Samsung has lately focused on high-end Galaxy phones. With the recent announcement, the brand has proven that they haven’t forgotten the market that gives them a majority of sales.
On Wednesday, Samsung introduced the new A series (2016) Galaxy phones:
Samsung Galaxy A3
These handsets will be launched in China and then will be made available for the rest of the world. When is it coming to China? This month. And how much will these handsets cost you? The starting price is said to be around $350. If you are planning to get one for yourself, here are the specs for you:
There is a display size for everyone here. Where A3 is the smallest device with a 4.7-inch screen, A5 sports a 5.2-inch display and A7 comes with a 5.5-inch display. Their resolutions, too, differ. Samsung Galaxy A3 has 1280 X 720, while the other two phones have 1920 X 1080 megapixel resolutions. Whereas A5 and A7 are powered by 1.6 GHz octa-core processor, A3 runs on 1.5 GHz quad-core chip.
The memory configuration of these devices also differ:
Galaxy A3: 1.5GB of RAM
Galaxy A5: 2GB of RAM
Galaxy A7: 3GB of RAM
Internal storage of these devices is 16GB. They also sport a microSD slot. Samsung has used Super AMOLED technology for all the handsets. They are all dual-SIM phones that support Samsung KNOX security and S-Voice features. If you are planning to go for A3, as that is going to be the cheapest among others, then this news is for you: Galaxy A3 will not have Samsung Pay.