Samsung’s Galaxy A series was launched almost 3 years ago when the company felt that they were lacking in the production of such a series which is affordable and close to its flagship S series in terms of features. The launch was pretty successful as the models A3, A5, A7, and A9 were brought in to the attention of those who were seeking good quality smartphones by Samsung in an economical range. These smartphones remained immensely popular until the company pulled out their hands from the update process of their Operating System.
Replacing The Company’s “Mini” Tradition
Samsung continued to produce the “mini” version of all its S series phones until the release of Galaxy S6. As a replacement to S6 mini, Samsung launched the A3 in early 2015.
A3’s Tale Of Update
Samsung Galaxy A3 was released in a total of 4 variants which were updated in terms of OS time to time and 3 of them will be getting the Android Nougat update very soon this year. Galaxy A3 Duos appeared to be a left out as the latest update for this phone was Android 5.0.2 Lollipop.
A5’s Run In The Race
The slightly higher-end product of the A series, Galaxy A5 had a sleek aluminum unibody.The company has been pretty generous in terms of screen type so the phone carried the legacy of 5-inch AMOLED display. The beautiful glass panel added at the back and speakers shifted at the bottom of the phone made it much more beautiful and it looked pretty much like Galaxy Note 4. The same problem continued with A5 as in the case of A3. The duos version was left behind where other variants are planning to jump to the Nougat version of Android.
The Best Of The Lineup, The Galaxy A7
Biggest of all, the Galaxy A7 had a 5.5-inch super AMOLED screen which carried the slogan “A is the new mini.” Pakistan, India, and other South Asian countries hosted the new smartphone sensation and the phone was highly appreciated due to its specs which included a 1.9 GHz octa-core processor and a USB Type-C port.