The revolutionary Samsung A3 series has made people talking, considering that this South Korean-designed Samsung series has been taking a big leap at Samsung low-cost, but high-end phone ideas. Although the overall feature of this Samsung Galaxy A3 still could not match up with HTC One M8, iPhone 6 and its very own Samsung Galaxy S5, the Samsung Galaxy A3 is still worthy of consideration. Despite the main stereotypes that people tend to label Samsung Galaxy A3, this Samsung instalment definitely made Samsung fans think twice.
Samsung Galaxy A3: Features
Perhaps the most surprising feature of the Samsung Galaxy A3 is its light weight. This lightweight feature definitely can compete with its sleeker predecessors such as Samsung Galaxy S5. The screen brags it 4.5 inch display and the resolution turned out to be surprisingly impressive for a QHD phone. The feel of this Samsung Galaxy A3 provides a snappy texture, which is really a requirement for sleek phones. Another surprise, we have noted from Samsung Galaxy A3, is its specifications. The Samsung Galaxy A3 brags its quad-core 1.2 GHz Snapdragon 400 CPU with 1 GB RAM. These specs can be compared with Samsung Gear’s impressive Android watch.
What We Like About Samsung Galaxy A3
One significant positive factor about this Samsung Galaxy A3 is its long battery life. Despite its seemingly unimpressive 1900mAh battery, considering the spec of the CPU, which is quite low, not to mention the decreased demand for low pixels, the Samsung Galaxy A3 can significantly offer a sustainable battery life compared to its high specs predecessors. Another wonderful feature of this Samsung Galaxy A3 is its Wide Selfie mode, which was snatched from Galaxy Note 4. The youth can definitely make the best out of this Wide Selfie feature at a lower cost. The photo quality of this Samsung Galaxy A3 will suffice considering the price demanded by this phone. The image turns out to be pretty decent.
What We Don't Like about Samsung Galaxy A3
The problem with the low-class design of Samsung phones is not the sole problem of Samsung Galaxy A3. The consistently unimpressive layout and design of Samsung still persists to look like retro and the Samsung Galaxy A3 is definitely not an exception. What’s more, concerning though is Samsung Galaxy A3’s potential to suffer should Samsung Galaxy A3 owners choose to install a large number of applications.
Conclusion and Recommendations
The newest Samsung Galaxy A3 may have something that other Samsung series ahead of it can promise. The price is considerably low, especially when you look at the promising features that it can offer. The design, as all the Samsung phones consistently disappoints, but the specs and features of this Samsung Galaxy A3 are definitely worthy to be considered. We recommended the Samsung Galaxy A3 for youth and Samsung fans who are delighted with average specs, considerably long battery life, and Wide Selfie feature at a low price. We give this a rating of 8.5 over ten.