Amazing experience with Samsung Galaxy phones
Samsung Galaxy phones are smartphones that support the open-source Android operating system. Some of the models are discussed herein.
- Samsung Galaxy A7
Samsung Galaxy A line is designed to bring many characteristics of their flagship smartphones and a package made for the most budget-conscious crowd. The best way to describe Samsung Galaxy A7 is the design of the phone. We can call it a much-larger Galaxy S6 because, well for all intents and purposes, that’s exactly what it is. It’s a little bit more rectangular than the S6, but otherwise, it feels pretty familiar. It features the beautiful glass and metal design which looks premium. The Samsung Galaxy A7 comes with a 5.5-inch full-HD display with 1080 pixels and good viewing angles. The video-viewing experience of the phone is very good.It comes with a corning gorilla glass for protection on the front end as well as for rear. It comes with a 13-megapixel rear camera with auto-focus LED flash and 5-megapixel front-facing camera. The processor is Exynos 7580 processor paired with Mali T720 GPU and 3 GB of RAM. The battery is 3300 mAH battery that is long lasting. You can definitely try this phone at about $388.
- Samsung Galaxy Express Prime
It’s a budget device with Android Marshmellow 6.0 with up to 16 GB of internal storage and expandable up to 128 GB. The Samsung Galaxy Express Prime comes with a 5-inch super AMOLED screen and a 5-megapixel autofocus camera with both front/rear facing flash 2 megapixels camera. It’s a pretty beastly phone with a 2600 mAH battery that’s going to be pretty for Samsung galaxy express prime phone of this size and Exynos 3475 Quad chipset. It has a 720p screen with much-modernized software systems. This phone is very much similar to the Galaxy S7. The Android Marshmellow 6.0.1 is seen here, and you can definitely opt for this product at $154.
- Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime
This phone has earned a lot of praise from critics for its aluminum body and sleek design at a reasonable price. The device has a full-TFT display, which is quite bright and crisp. There is no AMOLED panel in the Samsung Galaxy J7 and the software updates are Android 6.0.1. There is also a fingerprint scanner on this phone. It has a single-firing mono speaker that is placed on the right above the power button. The performance of the prime camera is very good, and the energy-efficient 14-nanometer X 7870 processor does a commendable job. App switching and multitasking is very easy, and playing games is quite enjoyable. The 3300mAh battery lasts for long. So, you can buy this phone if you want at about $219.