Samsung Galaxy A7
Samsung Galaxy A7 Review
The Samsung Galaxy A7 is a new eight-core 4G smartphone that’s slimmer than Kate Moss on a juice cleanse, but it should perhaps have helped itself to a Lollipop.
Samsung has made something of a shift in its design ethos with its Alpha and A range of smartphones. Instead of the plastic chassis of the Samsung Galaxy S5, an all-metal unibody design has been used. This design is a major hint at what to expect when the Samsung Galaxy S6 eventually arrives.
The A range is sleeker and a whole lot more stylish than the S5 – and suits phablets too, as the Samsung Galaxy A7 proves.
For some unknown reason, the Samsung Galaxy A7 wasn’t shown off at CES 2015. But TechRadar managed to get hands on with the device at the company’s European Forum in Monaco this week.
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It will come as no surprise the Samsung Galaxy A7 offers many of the same specs as the Samsung Galaxy A3 and the Samsung Galaxy A5, albeit in a larger frame. But it does improve somewhat on both screen quality and chipset power.
The A7’s screen measures 5.5 inches, just shy of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4’s 5.7 inches. In contrast the A5’s screen measures 5 inches and the A3’s 4.5 inches. It’s not hard to spot the pattern here.
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