Jan 03, 2017 08:00 AM EST
Samsung Galaxy A5 2017 Got New Features Perfect For Selfie Lovers
Last year was a trying year for the Korean giant Samsung after it has been hit controversy after controversy. This year, it hopes to undo its past errors and as a sign of hope for Samsung fans, the company started 2017 by unveiling the Galaxy A series that includes the Samsung Galaxy A5 2017. For the unitiated, the new smartphone has exciting features designed to blow away selfie lovers.
The Samsung Galaxy A5 2017, according to WIRED will be sporting a 5.3-inch screen with a built-in Samsung Fast Charging technology which will enable to charge the 3,000 mAh battery to 50 percent within 30 minutes. The device will be running a 1.9 GHz octa core processor. The front and rear camera of the Samsung Galaxy A5 2017 are 16MP, perfect for those who are into photography and even the selfie lovers.
This isn't just about the 16MP camera, there's just another amazing feature that people will surely love about the Samsung Galaxy A5 2017. Taking a picture made easier. Users can just tap anywhere on the screen and, poof! Selfie is captured. The screen display will also serve as a front flash at a low-light condition.
Another thing that's making everyone excited is the fact that the Samsung Galaxy A5 2017 will be dust and water-resistant. Perfect for those who loves swimming. Users can capture perfect moments by the water without worrying about the phone getting wet. Now, all you need to do is wait for the release of the handset as it won't be for long.
Starting Jan. 20, Samsung Galaxy A5 2017 will be available for pre-order in UK and will then be sold in Europe starting early February. Anyone who pre-order will receive a free Samsung Level Active Wireless Headphones according to Mirror. The handset will be available in four different colors, Gold Sand, Peach Cloud, Blue Mist and Black Sky.
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