Samsung Galaxy A series revamped with new A7, A5, A3 smartphones

3 Dec 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Samsung Adds Samsung Pay To Mid-Range Smartphones.

Galaxy A series for 2016 combines the new Samsung design style with metal and glass to give the smartphones a premium look. A hockey puck is composed of around 6 oz of toughened rubber and it is so hard to dent it, and it should be, since after a number of games anything inferior would appear like the “after” photos at the NHTSA testing facility.Samsung on Wednesday announced upgraded versions of its A series of phones, a step down from the flagship Galaxy devices but far from being budget buys. The Galaxy A5 and Galaxy A7 (2016) also support Samsung Pay, Samsung’s mobile payment service and fingerprint verification as well. “At Samsung, we are committed to continued innovation, inspired by the feedback and needs of our wide range of consumers,” said JK Shin, CEO and Head of Samsung’s IT & Mobile Business in a press statement. “With the introduction of the Galaxy A (2016), we took the consumer feedback on our original Galaxy A models and made thoughtful and impactful improvements offering consumers a seamless convergence of style and performance for their everyday lifestyles.” Samsung has also added Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) and a bigger F1.9 lens both on the front and rear cameras for better low-light pictures in the Galaxy A smartphones. On the other end, mobile handset is an amalgam of metal, plastic, glass, and an assortment of bits of circuit board and host of other electronic components, none of which is built to be hit repetitively by ice and sticks.

Samsung Galaxy A7 has a 5.5-inch FHD (1920×1080) Super AMOLED display, a 1.6GHz octa-core processor, 13mp OIS rear camera and five megapixel OS rear camera. Both also feature NFC and a fingerprint scanner for use with the recently launched Samsung Pay wireless payment system, and both also have a 1080p resolution and 1.6 GHz processor. These two smartphones also come with Full HD displays, measuring 5.2in and 5.5in respectively, a 1.6GHz hexa-core processor, 2GB and 3GB of RAM and support for Cat 6 LTE speeds. They all run Google’s last-gen Android 5.1 Lollipop software to which Samsung has added its TouchWiz skin, giving the devices features such as the Samsung Knox business offering. The video is sponsored by YouTube officially, which Michael Crider from Android Police thinks as an advertisement, for them, if not intended for Samsung.

In fact, Huawei smartphone shipments increased 60.9% in the third quarter when compared to the same period last year, according to market research firm IDC. The new A series will hit China first in December, then “will be expanded to global markets” afterward, presumably as carriers decide to support and offer it. Huawei’s ability to price devices around $500, considered to be the consumer “sweet-spot,” is a contributing factor to the company’s recent success. To compete with the likes of Huawei in the mid-range smartphone market, Samsung needs to improve upon and differentiate—without significantly increasing the price—of its Galaxy A phones.

Samsung Pay differs from similar mobile payment services from Apple AAPL -0.90% or Android in that it uses two different technologies to transmit payment information, making the service compatible with most payment kiosks used by merchants.

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