Samsung Galaxy A7 (2016) is the latest handset we’re playing with these days and this model gets unboxed below. We’re dealing here with a 5.5 inch phablet, that’s priced at $571 and brings a familiar chassis, at least when it comes to its materials.



It’s made of two sheets of glass (2.5D, Gorilla Glass 4) and between them there’s a solid metal frame. Inside the box of the smartphone we find the charger, USB Cable, headphones, manual and SIM tool. This device debuted in December last year with the Galaxy A3 and A5 2016 versions. It measures 7.3 mm in thickness, weighs 172 grams and offers a Full HD Super AMOLED screen.


It’s more of a phablet than a phone and relies on a Snapdragon 615 CPU and 3 GB of RAM to run Android 5.1. Samsung Galaxy A7 (2016) has a microSD card slot, a 13 megapixel main camera, 5 MP front shooter and a fingerprint scanner integrated within the Home button. Its 3300 mAh battery sounds excellent and also comes with fast charging support.

This model is available in black, white, pink or gold and has nifty camera features like OIS and F/1.9 aperture. We’ll be back with a full review very soon and in the meantime here’s the updated price for the smartphone.



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