Samsung has always had some new smartphone models at any time of the year where they have laid their focus in the production of slimmer models with the addition of other features. Both the A and E series have some common features with a very nice look every consumer would like to have at hand and navigate through those many features.
Samsung Company has been using numbers so that they can differentiate among their many models their main concern is on the screen size. This naming scheme has motivated them in production of sturdy smartphones having different screen sizes where consumers are left to choose from them. The A series has metal bodies which differentiates it from E series. On the other hand, the E series have bodies made of polycarbonate.Â The S series has their numbers corresponding to the date when they were launched but this isn’t the case with both the A and E series.
Samsung Galaxy A3 comes with a processor of 1.2GHz quad-core and having a RAM of 1GB. The impressive part is the capacity of its internal memory which is 16GB. For those who are fun of taking a selfie with the front camera, this phone has a strong front camera which is 5-megapixel. The rear camera on the other hand is 8-megapixel. Its display is 4.5 inch which is a good size and an Android operating system 4.4.4 Kitkat. The additional features are an accelerometer, magnetometer and an ambient light sensor.
Almost all features for the A5 are common to those of A3 expect that the A5 has a screen size of 5-inch. The RAM is also 2GB. On part of the camera, the front cam is 5MP whereas the rear one is 13MP. These are some of the major differences but the rest of them mentioned in the above paragraph are similar.
It is true that Samsung has laid concern in bringing up new slim and light smartphones as it is the case for these two models. Both of them are comfortable when typing and fit well on the hands bearing in mind that they are also light in weight with the A5 weighing 123gÂ and the Galaxy A3 110g.
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October 13 2014