Samsung Galaxy A5, Samsung Galaxy A7 Release Date, Specs, News & Update: Samsung Galaxy A Series Sports Better Camera, Design, Samsung Play Than S7? 3 Things You Need To Know
Several fans are now excited for the impending release of the Samsung Galaxy A series. Recently, Samsung Galaxy A5 and Galaxy A7 were featured in the Korean tech-giant's newest 15-second advertisement.
Samsung Galaxy A series to feature a better Samsung Pay
The yet to be released Samsung Galaxy A series is said to copy some features of the more expensive Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge. The Samsung commercial emphasized that the Galaxy A series will use a fingerprint sensor feature on the home button, which will be one main requirement in using Samsung Pay.
Samsung Galaxy A series to feature metal-glass design
In another video, Samsung highlighted that the upcoming Samsung Galaxy A series will still sport the same design cues from its S-series' premium metal and curve glass housing. While the glass used in the Edge curve of Samsung Galaxy S7 is not similar to what will be used in the Samsung Galaxy A series, it still does provide the same curvy feelings when the fingers travels from the metal-edged bezel to the suave 2.5 Gorilla Glass 4 screen.
However, the back of the Samsung Galaxy A series is said to have the same Gorilla Glass screen. Hence, the Samsung device is likely to crack if the device hit glass first on a hard surface even when it can takes few hits to the floor.
Samsung Galaxy A series to feature better and brighter camera
The last video released by Samsung focused on the camera of the forthcoming Samsung Galaxy A series. Reports have it that the Samsung Galaxy A7 will sport a 23 MP camera with image stabilization feature. Additionally, it is said to have an f/1.9 lens with snappy autofocus to capture clear and naturally bright images.
Up until now, no official word from Samsung about the release of Samsung Galaxy A5 and A7 has been released. However, reports say that the Samsung Galaxy A series will only be sold in Chinese and Indian markets and not in the U.S.
What can you say about Samsung Galaxy A series being only available in Chinese and Indian markets? Apart from the things listed above, what are the things you expect in the upcoming Samsung Galaxy A5 and Samsung Galaxy A7? Share to us your thoughts in the comment section below.