After the relieve of high end phablet Galaxy Note 4, Samsung looks even more determined to launch phones with fascinating designs as the company has recently introduced two new smartphones, Galaxy A5 & Galaxy A3, and referred them as company’s thinnest smartphone till date.
Along with calling them thinnest smartphones, the Samsung also explained their refined full metal unibody styles and that “the most advanced features to support social networking for young users.”
Both Galaxy A5 and Galaxy A3 will be available in different colours and are 6.7mm & 6.9mm thin respectively, that’s way thicker than the recently introduce dworld’s slimmest phone Oppo R5 which is having a only 4.85mm thickness & slim in true sense.
Both are having a 5MP front camera and 4G spectrum compatibility. They either are powered with 1.2 GHz quad core CPU that run on Android KitKat. For external storage, there are slots for SD cards in these devices, and they also possess common share of internal storage which is 16GB.
Samsung Galaxy A5 is comparatively a better handset than its counterpart, which is having a 5-inches FullHD AMOLED display, 13MP camera on rear and loaded with geo-magnetic sensor. It has a 2GB RAM and a battery of power 2300 mAh.
On the other hand, Samsung Galaxy A3 sports a smaller 4.5-inches FullHD AMOLED display, with the similar processor, 1GB of RAM and an 8MP camera on the rear. The battery power of Galaxy A3 is 1,900 mAh which is slightly lesser than that of Galaxy A5.
Apple smartphones are now penetrating in the South East Asia spot, where Samsung phones once ruled and pre orders of iPhone 6 exceeds the orders of Galaxy Note 4, which is fairly an alarming situation for Korean company.
The Korean maker though didn’t meet the skyrocket goals in terms of sales in the 3rd quarter but still remained the leader in the worldwide smartphone market.
The prices of these newly announced devices are still to be known and it is being anticipated that these devices will join Note 4 with the ongoing battle with Apple.