Posted by : Arthur Oscar Thursday, February 19, 2015

For those Samsung fans. Samsung introduced their first Galaxy A series, the A3 and A5 and

now available in UK stores, the A series launched last February 12, 2015. These are the slimiest handset having a measure of 6.9mm from A3 and the Galaxy A5 measures 6.7mm thick. Each of these has a metal body, however unlike the rest Samsung’s metal collection such as the Galaxy Alpha and Note 4, A3 and A5 are both entry level smartphones that Samsung hopes may be more budget friendly and elegant than its current crop of affordable smartphones. 

As mentioned, Samsung has not yet revealed the actual pricing of each handset, both of this smartphones have a decent spec as mentioned earlier it’s a entry level smartphones so obviously all of us would not be surprised if they ended up costing around in the region of £150-250 with free SIM. Comparing the displays the A3 have a smaller display with a 4.5inch 960x540 resolutions while the A5 have a 5inch 1280x720 resolution display and each handset have the Samsung Super AMOLED panels, so expect the color accuracy is probably high.

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Samsung A3 and A5 are both powered by quad-core 1.2GHz processor and have 16B internal storage that expandable up to 64GB via microSD, front facing camera has 5MP and 4G versions will support NFC. As for back camera the Galaxy A3 have 8MP sensor with LED flash while the A5 had 13MP sensor also with LED flash.
Ines van Gennip, Marketing Director for Samsung UK & Ireland's IT & Mobile Division stated: “At Samsung, we recognize the demand for premium looking, great quality smartphones with useful features at an achievable price point, which is why we’re launching the Galaxy A-Series.’’

Is Samsung will reign again for their latest smartphone that have a metallic body? Is the durability of these smartphones will suits the price?

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