Mar 24, 2017 01:34 PM EDT
Samsung, which known as one of the leading companies when it comes to smartphones surprised the public as it released its newest A-series last January this year. It garnered a multitude of positive reviews as it continues to advance the series with the new Galaxy A7 (2017).
This A-series, Galaxy A7 (2017) may look the same as the Galaxy S3 and Galaxy A5 (2017) yet on the outside, it features a more sophisticated glass rear, which is an exceptional feature of the product. It has 16 MP for the rear and front camera, while the speaker and the power lock button are both placed on the left-hand side of the device.
To complete the outside feature of this A-series of Samsung, the Galaxy A7 (2017) is available for dual-SIM support, which may function at the same time. The good side is that the users can add and swap the SIM without turning off the device as the SIM card slots can plug and play too.
Its dimension comes in 156.8 x 77.6 x 7.9 mm (6.17 x 3.06 x 0.31 in) hence; it's quite big for the users to hold it in one hand. While the resolution of this A-series of Samsung, Galaxy A7 (2017) is 1080 x 1920 pixels (~386 PPI pixel density).
Galaxy A7 (2017) has a large 3600mAh non-removable battery, which will last for a 22-hour battery life. This newest A-series of Samsung has a micro SD, up to 256 GB and its internal has 32 GB, 3 GB RAM. It is also an IP68 certified, which is waterproof over 1.5 meters and 30 minutes.
This A-series has compared to other Samsung devices and even other brands of smartphones. It even compared to Apple iPhone that some other thinks that is is better way off that the Galaxy A7 (2017), however, at the end of the day, it is indeed a smartphone that gears towards innovation.
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