Samsung Galaxy A3 – Much Ado About Design
Seller of fully loaded touchscreen phones with amazing specifications and innumerable features, Samsung, came up with an entirely new series at some point last year. The launch of A-Series mobiles has given a completely new market for Samsung in India. The launch of the A-Series phones, which are reasonable in price and meet the high-end specifications, has successfully been able to draw the attention of customers. For the sake of customers, who want to own a smartphone at a low price, A-Series is the must buy.
Samsung has always been known to equip its phone with nearly unrivalled features and provide an unprecedented experience to the user. A-Series smartphones come in the mid-range category of phones put up by Samsung in the market. In terms of specifications, these phones run on a powerful quad core processor and have a true-life HD display. Representing the lower end of the series is the Samsung Galaxy A3 with an unbelievably powerful software experience packed with features and is low on pocket too. Samsung has launched this product in the market, keeping in view the customers, who wish to own a smartphone at an affordable price. Samsung Galaxy A-Series is being sold at pace due to the phone’s high specifications and unmatched durability.
Externals: Design and Display:
An amazing smartphone with the most stunning looks at its price as compared to the rivalries is out there in the market. The Samsung Galaxy A3 comes with a refined full metal unibody construction, making it a powerful and handy device with metallic lustre on the back. It has got an ultra-slim 6.9 mm body that makes this device extremely robust and portable. Samsung Galaxy A3 is available in four metallic colours and has got everything what one looks for in a smartphone. Experience the adaptive technology feature with Samsung Galaxy A3. The Super AMOLED display with a 4.5-inch display gives a true-to-life colours experience at all times. It is built with artificial intelligence to adapt the surroundings and maximize the experience several folds. A 16M colour display with 540 x 960 pixels and 245-ppi density gives an amazing viewing experience. It has also been provided with a corning Gorilla Glass 4 for an ultimate protection against scratch.
Internals: Hardware and Software:
It is powered with an Android OS Kit Kat v4.4.4and upgradable to v5.0.2 Lollipop. The chipset is Qualcomm MSM8916 Snapdragon 410 with a Quad-Core 1.2 GHz cortex-A53 processor (Adreno 306 GPU) that enables a high-end processing at an amazingly faster rate.
A 1.5 GB RAM and an internal storage of 16 GB enables it for multi-tasking without any lag while a number of applications are being run at the same time. Samsung Galaxy A3, as the all other devices from Samsung, is loaded with pre-installed apps from Google store. Google apps like YouTube, Play Movies, Gmail, Google+, Play Store, Play Movies and Samsung Store make it a useful device with the most reliable features. It has been in demand from the very day of its launch and has got the most successful reviews for the same.
Camera and Connectivity:
Here is the section where Samsung Galaxy A3 makes a huge leap into the immense market of smartphones. The device with such an affordable price tag comes with an unbelievable 8MP primary camera with Dual-Led Flash light and a 5MP front camera, which supports video calling too. The rear camera enables to click the photos at 3264 x 2488 pixels and an aperture of f/2.0 with auto-focus and Led flash to click the photos round the clock. Geo-tagging, face detection, touch focus, panorama, and a lot more features make it the first choice for the photo freaks. It also enables the user to record full HD videos at [email protected] The most amazing feature that cannot be found in any of the other rivals at this price tag is the Fun Selfie feature with animated GIF creation. To make the selfies livelier, the front camera record the amazing long moments by clicking almost 20 continuous snapshots and converting it to GIF instead of a short movie. These GIF images are a sharable format, which can be shared and uploaded to social networking sites at the very moment of the click.
Exploring the Samsung Galaxy A3’s connectivity performance, it stands at the top of the league. Enabled with 2G, 3G and 4G connectivity offering a speed of up to 42.2 Mbps at HSPA gives a powerful platform for web surfing as well as hassles communication. Single-SIM support with Nano-SIM feature, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth v4.0, A2DP, EDR, LE and GPS tagging are also some of the key features for smooth connectivity. It also enables to create a hotspot and share the device’s data over other devices too. For data transfer from laptops and PCs, it has Micro USB v2.0 for fast data transfer.
The trio model of the Samsung is really a great deal to crack up on the smartphones in the market. It is the perfect blend of software, hardware and specifications, which one desires in his and her phone. But, as the coin always has two sides; similarly, every good thing has some bad related to it. Therefore, despite of bulging over the advantages and best technical specifications provided by the steel body, you must consider its drawbacks also. So, starting with the phone advantages, it has the latest Android kit, big display of 4.5 inches, SUPER AMOLED capacitive touchscreen and Qualcomm Quad core 1.2 GHz processor, but the phones lacks in the design. It is the same monotonous design, which users are using from its first Android/Smartphone release.
Despite of the monotonous design, the phone also lacks in the Gorilla Glass technology that might have the raised the design a bit. However, it is also a very big disadvantage as the rival smartphones of the same price have it. Moving a little from here, the phone also lacks in the battery back-up. Although, if you are nominal user, then it won’t irritate you much, but if you are mad behind mobile gaming or keep hanging on Instant Messengers, then the phone will sulk in battery life. So, if you belong to category to an all-time mobile user, then the phone may be a little bad decision, but if you want the solid specifications, like the RAM, connectivity, Camera, and CPU, then you must buy it anyhow.
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