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The Samsung Galaxy A series gets an upgrade

The Samsung Galaxy A series gets an upgrade

Bringing its "A" game

Text: Su Fen Tan


If you appreciate powerful (and fun!) camera functions on your smartphone, you’ll love what the new Galaxy A series has to offer

It's no secret that we live in an age where staying connected is a way of life, and capturing moments to be relived and shared is the norm. Knowing that, Samsung unveiled its latest Galaxy A Series (2016) smartphones—a range of mobile devices made for users to express their individuality and personal style. Expect powerful performance, improved battery life and innovative technology from all three variants: the 5.5-inch A7, 5.2-inch A5, and 4.7-inch A3.

 

The latest phones from the Galaxy A Series boast the latest Samsung Galaxy design heritage, bearing a metal and glass body for a sophisticated, modern edge. They come equipped with an enhanced camera system, making way for brighter and clearer photos and videos. The Optical Image Stabilisation (in A7 and A5 models) feature on the camera helps prevent blurry images, while the front and rear F1.9 lens (on all models) allows us to take better photos in low light conditions. A fun new upgrade that will capture the selfie aficionado's attention is the Palm Selfie feature—simply put up your palm when you are ready to have your best selfie taken, and it will capture the image in a few seconds, giving you ample time to put your best face forward. Better still, a free 32GB microSD card comes with every phone, which allows for as many as 16,00 pictures and HD videos!

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Available in Black, Gold, White and Pink Gold colour options, the new Galaxy A Series (2016) is now available at all Samsung brand stores nationwide at a recommended retail price of RM1,899 (Galaxy A7 2016), RM1,599 (Galaxy A5 2016), and RM1,299 (Galaxy A3 2016) inclusive of GST.

 

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