Samsung Galaxy A 2017 series has just been made official and everyone is eagerly waiting to know when these phones will start selling in their local markets.
The company has refreshed three handsets – Samsung Galaxy A3 2017, Galaxy A5 2017 and Galaxy A7 2017 – but it appears that not all three will be sold in all markets across the globe. While European prices of the Galaxy A3 2017 and Galaxy A5 2017 have been confirmed, there is still no word mentioned on the Galaxy A7 2017. While this may not by chance, it is also possible that the Galaxy A7 2017 may not be available in these parts of the globe.
Both Samsung Galaxy A3 2017 and Galaxy A5 2017 will start selling in European markets in early February and apparently, the former will be valued at €329 while the latter will be valued at €429. With the pricing of the Galaxy A7 2017 for this market not available, it seems that the phone won’t be sold here at all. Even though strange, it won’t be the first time Samsung has skipped this market for some of its handsets.
Samsung Galaxy A 2017 has really stepped up the game when it comes to the midrange family. The company went for stylish designs for the trio, with a 3D glass back alongside a premium metallic frame as the covers of the phones. The Galaxy A3 2017 has the smallest screen size of 4.7 inches with 720p resolution and Always On display. The phone has a fingerprint scanner on board, support for Samsung Pay, USB Type-C as well as IP68 certification. The cameras are excellent at 13MP (back) and 8MP (front).
The Galaxy A5 2017 comes with a slightly larger 5.2-inch screen with Full HD resolution. The phone also ships with Always On display feature as well as all the other perks found on the A3 2017. As for the cameras, you get better 16MP sensors on both ends, making it one of the best photography phone available, at least on paper.
The story is the same as for the Galaxy A7 2017, featuring the same camera specs as the Galaxy A5 2017, but with a larger screen size of 5.7 inches with Full HD resolution.
Unlike Europe, the trio should be announced in several other Asian markets before the end of this month.