Galaxy A series

Galaxy A series

A line of Android midrange smartphones from Samsung (not to be confused with the 2010 Galaxy A). The Galaxy A3 was introduced in 2014, while the A5 and A7 were added a year later. The A series is somewhat similar in design to the very popular and more expensive Galaxy S phones. However, the CPUs are slower, and there is less storage and RAM than S models. The A3 features a 4.5" screen compared to the 5.1" screens of the Galaxy S5 and S6. All models include Samsung's Knox security app. See Galaxy S.
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The Galaxy A series often holds hints for features consumers could expect on future smartphones.
With the Galaxy A series being a mish-mosh between the high-end and the mid-range, Samsung could easily play it safe with a smaller battery on the Galaxy A7, much as it's done with the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy Note 8 or it could test the device with a larger battery and premium glass and metal features.
com/gadgets/samsung-galaxy-line-early-next-month-low-priced-45638/) GforGames , the three Galaxy A series handsets are going to arrive first in South Korea on November.
After coming to South Korea, the Galaxy A series handsets are expected to be launched in China to take on Xiaomi.
All the three Galaxy A series smartphones will be priced between $300 to $500.