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Samsung Galaxy A7 delivers functionality in a slim body

galaxy-a7It seems that the cosmos, under the purview of South Korean conglomerate Samsung, has seen the birth of yet another star, although this particular model will have nothing to do with the successor of the flagship Samsung Galaxy S5, but rather, introduce premium materials into a mid-range handset – hence the Samsung Galaxy A7. The Samsung Galaxy A7 happens to carry the distinction of being one of the slimmest Galaxy handsets around that comes with premium hardware, delivering a superior social experience and will further extend the cause of the already available Galaxy A5 and A3.

Mainly targeting those who are active socially – whether through vocal communications or via social networks, the Galaxy A7 would work wonders. After all, a larger display always comes in handy to check out what your friends have posted on Facebook, as well as read on all the tweets. What makes the Galaxy A7 tick would be a multicore processor that merges a couple of separate quad-core processors, and these will allow users to quickly and easily perform data intensive tasks.

The Galaxy A7 itself sports 16GB of internal memory and 2GB RAM that ensures all of your favorite apps on the Android platform will be able to run nice and smooth, while a long-lasting 2,600mAh battery ought to let you have a field day with the smartphone without missing a beat.

Apart from that, there is an advanced 5MP front-facing camera that is full well capable of snapping great looking selfies, not to mention advanced selfie features such as ‘Ultra Wide Shot’ and ‘Auto Selfie’ modes. Apart from that, there will also be ‘Always Clear Voice Auto Control’ to reduce noise from the surrounding environment, not to mention LTE Category 4 connectivity that offers blazing speed.

A microSD memory card slot will be there for expansion purposes, and while it runs on Android 4.4 KitKat right out of the box, it would only be a matter of time before an Android 5.0 Lollipop comes out for it, this I am sure.

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