Samsung's budget friendly A series phones look sharp
Samsung wants to prove you don't need the latest [UNKNOWN] phone to be trendy.
It's new A series is perhaps targeting the younger budget conscious crowd with a welcome upgrade in terms of specs and There are three phones in this series, the A3, A5, and A7 in three different sizes.
4.7 inch screen, 5.2, and 5.7 inches respectively.
With the kind of specs you'd expect from a higher end phone.
At least on the outside.
Fingerprint scanner, check.
Water and dust resistant, check.
Click design and USB C check and check.
They all have metal frames with a glass backing and a slight hint of a curve on the edges in four trendy colors to chose from.
PH 7 has more premium features and they slowly go down the line like the A7 the smaller A5 has a full HD Super AMOLED display and a 1.9 gigahertz octa-core processor and 16-megapixel cameras both on the back and the front of the phone this means high-resolution selfies But a smaller battery.
The A3 is at the bottom with the 720 super AMOLED display.
Slightly weaker processor and it's 13 Megapixel main and 8 Megapixel Front camera.
All three run under Marshmallow Phone have expandable storage, up to 256 gigabytes.
Expect the A7 to be the most expensive but still cheaper than any of Samsung's other flagships.
So stay tuned for the official pricing details to come at CNET.com.
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