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Friday, 13 February 2015
Samsung Galaxy A3 Full review
Samsung Galaxy A3 is the junior member of the company's new metal-clad
lineup.And it's not all about the looks - with LTE and Super AMOLED
available across the range, the Samsung Galaxy A3 has the same 64-bit
chipset as the A5 and the same high-res front camera as the A7. Most of
the other specs are of course duly toned down but the A3 is a pretty
credible midrange package on its own.
It comes in single and dual-SIM flavors, which is a popular combo in the midrange - but does well to offer cat. 4 LTE on both.
The high-resolution selfie camera is still quite a novelty for Samsung - the A3 is among the few very recent phones to have one.
Super AMOLED screen of qHD resolution and a 4.5" diagonal and a
Snapdragon 410 chipset under the hood are looking competitive enough.
So far so good. Samsung needs a strong start into 2015 after ending 2014 on a low note.
Alpha bloodline will be Samsung's trump card in the midrange and the
Galaxy A3 will soon be joined by its bigger, better-equipped siblings.
But here and now, the Galaxy A3 will be keen to prove it has enough to offer.
Distinct Dual-SIM model (1GB RAM) and LTE model (1.5GB RAM, NFC, Cat. 4 LTE) available
4.5" qHD Super AMOLED touchscreen, 245ppi, with Corning Gorilla Glass 4 and an ambient light sensor
5MP front-facing camera with 1080p@30fps video recording
16GB storage, microSD card slot (up to 64GB)
Wi-Fi b/g/n; Bluetooth 4.0; ANT+; GPS/GLONASS receiver
Active noise cancellation via a dedicated mic
1,900mAh Li-Ion non-removable battery
Slim bezels and great screen-to-body ratio
On the pricey side at launch
Relatively low resolution display
Dual SIM model has less RAM than the single-SIM model and no NFC
second SIM slot on the Dual SIM model doubles as a microSD slot, so you
can only use it with a SIM card or a microSD card, but not both
the Galaxy A3 comes short is display resolution. However, the Super
AMOLED display should make up for the relatively low fidelity with great
contrast and punchy colors.
Snapdragon 410 chip, which isn't going to break the sound barrier, but
is of the new 64-bit generation and won't be dealing with too much
stress considering the screen resolution. It packs enough oomph for a
midranger and things will only get better when Samsung are done with the
Android 5.0 Lollipop update.