Arguable Samsung‘s worst kept secret over the last few months have been the Samsung Galaxy A5 and Galaxy A3, a new form factor of device for Samsung which follows the design ideology started by the Samsung Galaxy Alpha. As expected, the two devices make use of aluminum banding around the outer edge of the device and come in a varying assortment of soft colours including Pearl White, Midnight Black, Platinum Silver, Soft Pink, Light Blue and Champagne Gold. The key difference between the devices is size, with the A5 being the bigger of the two with a 5-inch display and the A3 housing a 4.5-incher, both of which are Super AMOLED.
Samsung markets the A5 and A3 as their thinnest smartphones yet measuring just 6.7mm and 6.9mm thick respectively, and also says the two devices are designed to “support social networking”, specifically those that are selfie-oriented. Both the A5 and A3 house a 5MP front camera, which when coupled with software features like “Wide Selfie, Palm Selfie, Animated GIF, Beauty Face Features, and Rear-cam Selfie”, you’ve got more than a few options to choose from. The rest of the hardware in both of these devices isn’t particularly awe-inspiring, but it looks like they will do the job if you are selfie-inclined. For more details, hit the source link below.
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