Samsung Galaxy A7 2017 Dual 32GB 4G LTE SMA720FDS Mobile Phones
OS Version: Android 6.0 or above
Display Resolution: 1080 x 1920 pixels
Camera Resolution: 12 MP
Processor Type: Octa-core 1.9 GHz Cortex-A53
4G LTE Bands: GSM 1800, GSM 1900, GSM 850, GSM 900, 3G 1700, 3G 1900, 3G 2100, 3G 850 (NextG/Vodafone 850/US3G), 3G 900 (Optus YesG/Vodafone 900), LTE 1800, LTE 1900, LTE 2100, LTE 2100/1700, LTE 2600, LTE 700, LTE 800, LTE 850, LTE 900, LTE-TDD 2300, LTE-TDD 2500, LTE-TDD 2600
Back in 2017, Samsung released its mid-range smartphone named Samsung Galaxy A7 in Australia which is a well-stylish smartphone and does perform great. The specifications aren’t top-class, however, but A7 stands out as one of the best budget-friendly smartphones from Samsung. First and foremost, A7 looks premium and it does offer a veer reason to not move past it. The highlights related to Galaxy A7 are fashionable look and offers a handsome battery life, dust resistant and water resistant as well as crisp and sharp always-on display. Let’s dig down deep and see what it dishes out for its audience.
Galaxy A7 Features
The Samsung Galaxy A7 comes with a gorgeous 5.7-inch FHD display with 386 PPI for immersive visuals and a fingerprint scanner built into the home button. Based on recent reports, Galaxy A7’s fingerprint scanner’s touch a bit slow when unlocking the handset unless your thumb or finger is placed more exactly.
Other smartphones from rivals in this price range have lightning quick fingerprint scanner but A7 takes a little while to let us in.
Interestingly, Samsung boasts an Always-on display which means you can read notifications from 3rd parties as well as can see unread emails, missed calls and messages.
Galaxy A7 Camera
On paper, Samsung Galaxy A7 is equipped with a 16MP rear sensor and 16MP FaceTime sensor. Hence, selfie lovers will see a significant rise in quality. The rear sensor is being supported by an LED flash that doesn’t blast your images but rather maintains a nice colour balance.
Alas, a camera struggles a little in dark conditions but you’ll get lots of details - it’s a different story. Captured images will be crisp, sharp and clear with nice even and natural colours. The FaceTime sensor, on the other hand, has a wide angle, thus you can frame marvelous shots at arm’s length without using a selfie stick. A 4K video is something you won’t be able to record but instead, it records Full HD videos.
Galaxy A7 Performance
Performance-wise, Galaxy A7 is armed with Exynos 7880 Octa Chipset which isn’t as fast as its elder brother S7 but it’s no slouch. You’ll have no qualms while dipping in and out of multiple apps and browsing the web on Chrome is fluid and normally glitch-free.
It has also 3GB of RAM and 32GB of ROM that can be expanded further up to 256GB via microSD card. The memory slot is positioned on the top edge and is separate to the SIM card slot which is located on the left edge.
Galaxy A7 Price
The Samsung Galaxy A7 Price in Australia starts from AU$409-429. Indeed Galaxy A7 delivers lots of high-end specifications at an affordable price. The device is quite powerful which is well-made and gives the users an excellent performance.
Galaxy A7 Battery
There is a 3600mAh battery onboard which promises to keep you online all day long under a heavy usage and sails through till just before lunchtime on the next day with a moderate use. It’s good to have all high-end features but they're useless without a decent battery to keep you powering on. An exquisite battery and well-organized power usage are exactly what you’ll get with Samsung Galaxy A7.