Samsung Galaxy A7 2016: Mid-Range Phone With Smart Selfie-Shooter

Samsung Galaxy A7 2016: Mid-Range Phone With Smart Selfie-Shooter
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Gifting a smartphone is ideal these days, since multiple options are available in the market. How about the mid-range Samsung Galaxy A7 2016 that recognizes your voice for clicking selfies? Forget about fumbling with the press button when holding the phone for selfies, since your voice will do the job. No wonder the camera boosts your experience and gives you sufficient reason to buy it.


According to our previous reports, the Galaxy A7 will first roll out in China along with the Galaxy A3 and Galaxy A7. It will be available at a price of $350. Before you buy this phone, let’s find out its specialties.


Built in a mold of metal and glass, the Galaxy A7 shares a similar build with the Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6. Despite the glass structure, the phone is not slippery in the hands and offers a solid grip. Flaunting the stylish colors and sleek look of the Galaxy S7 is a 5.5-inch FHD AMOLED display.

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It has rounded edges that add softness to its appeal with microSD card slots appearing on the side of the phone. At its lower edge, you will spot a microUSB port, mic grilles and 3.5mm audio jack.


When buying this phone, you will be happy to know that it runs on 3GB of RAM, which is good. The device is powered by the 64-bit Snapdragon 615 octa-core processor. Thus, the combined power of RAM and processor ensures that the apps are running smoothly on the phone, reports First Post.


How about taking selfies with your palm or voice? Sounds different! Yes, this is what you experience with the Galaxy A7, which does not require you to press any button when taking selfies. It comes with special voice recognition and image detection software, states Samsung.


While the phone runs on Android 5.1.1 Lollipop, the sad news is that the phone can never be upgraded to the latest Android Marshmallow operating system.


It has a decent 3,300mAH battery that provides sufficient power to the phone to help it survive for long hours.

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