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Samsung Galaxy A3 2016

Samsung Galaxy A5 2016

Samsung Galaxy A7 2016

Samsung has updated its A range of phones for 2016 with the new A3, A5 and A7 devices. Announced back in December last year, the new phones will soon roll out around the world.

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The phones' chief difference is display size: The A3 is 4.7 inches, the A5 is 5.2 inches and the biggest A7 hits 5.5 inches.

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All three phones feature Samsung's new metal design, and these phones are good to look and hold.

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Like the Samsung Galaxy S6 range of phones, the 2016 A series come with glass behinds.

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First up is the 2016 Samsung Galaxy A3. The phone features a quad-core processor, a 4.7-inch HD display and 4G connectivity.

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The A3 has a rear 13-megapixel camera.

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The phone's pretty slim at just 7.3mm (0.29 inches).

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If you're familiar with the high-end Samsung phones, the bottom should look familiar.

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The phone features dual-SIM 4G LTE connectivity.

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The Samsung Galaxy A3 has made its debut in the Southeast Asia region in Singapore, and will retail for S$398, which converts to approximately $275, £190 and AU$395.

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If you like phones that aren't too big, the A3 is something to consider.

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Samsung's 2016 version of the Galaxy A5 sits between the A3 and A7, with a 5.2-inch full-HD display, an octa-core processor and 2GB of RAM.

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The A5 shares design elements with the higher end Galaxy flagships, such as a fingerprint sensor located on the home button, which the A3 lacks.

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The A5, like the A3 and A7, sports a 13-megapixel rear camera.

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The phone is 7.3mm (0.29 inches) thick but packs a 2,900mAh battery with fast charging.

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It goes on sale in Southeast Asia in Singapore for S$598, which converts to approximately $420, £290 and AU$590.

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Unlike the Galaxy A3, the A5 has a separate microSD card slot.

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The 2016 Galaxy A7 is the most powerful of the three new Samsung phones, though it still lags the Korean company's flagship products. It sports an octa-core processor, 3GB RAM and a 5.5-inch full-HD display.

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This phone, like the new A5, comes with a fingerprint sensor.

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Like the A3 and A5, the A7 is just 7.3mm (0.29 inches) thick.

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The phone comes with a rear 13-megapixel camera and a glass back.

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The 2016 version of the Samsung Galaxy A7 will retail in Singapore for S$698, which converts to approximately $485, £335 and AU$690.

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The A7 is quite the beauty, with sleek curves reminiscent of the iPhone's design.

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Like the iPhone, the volume controls are located on the right side.

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The A7 also sports a separate microSD card slot with support for up to 128GB of storage space.

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