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Simply stunning, Samsung Galaxy A7 boasts many exciting features that can transform the way you use your smartphone. Read more about Samsung Galaxy A7 Philippinesbelow.

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Samsung Galaxy A7 Price by Country
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Indonesia IDR 5,099,000
Malaysia MYR 1,499
Philippines PHP 11,699
Singapore SGD 329
Thailand THB 2,990
Vietnam VND 4,490,000

About Samsung Galaxy A7 Philippines

Samsung Galaxy A7 Philippines– The Power Within Your Fingertips

Being hailed as the largest addition to the Samsung Galaxy A series, Samsung Galaxy A7 is sleek and slim Samsung smartphone that possesses superb specifications that will further redefine the meaning of having a smartphone.

Display That Is Designed To Impress

When it comes to Samsung smartphones with their powerful display screens, you can expect Samsung Galaxy A7 to do the same thing. Much to your surprise, Samsung Galaxy A7 is simply a terrifying smartphone because its 5.5 inch (1080 x 1920 resolution) full HD Super AMOLED screen makes sure that you get the sharpest yet brightest images at all times.

True-To-Life

Being described as "true-to-life" by Samsung, everything that you can do with this Samsung smartphone now truly pleases your eyes. Not just that, it also features the amazing Adapt Display that has been said to adapt intelligently to your surroundings; it instantly adjusts the brightness and contrast of the screen according to your surrounding lighting condition.

Powerful Performance That Fulfils Your Needs

Armed with the fearsome 1.6GHz octa-core processor and 3GB RAM, you can expect smooth operation as it can tackle several intense applications without noticing any lag or slowdown. Its 16GB internal storage shows that you can store your images and videos. As if it is not enough, you can even expand your storage via a microSD card.

With so many applications that you run in this smartphone, you even forget that you are multitasking in the first place. Featuring the power of LTE Cat.6, Samsung Galaxy A7 allows you to experience the wonder and beauty of seamless web connecting as you are surfing the Internet. In addition, you can do anything with this Samsung smartphone because it is empowered to be reliable and robust.

Sophisticated Fusion Of Metal & Glass

Exuding the premium look that will fool anyone into thinking it as flagship smartphone, Samsung Galaxy A7 boasts luxurious design that proves to be eye-catching. Despite looking frail, it surprisingly possesses superb build quality that makes it durable. Not just that, its design is so good that you can enjoy holding it comfortably and firmly as well. Additionally, it also did not slip out of your hand easily.

At just 7.3mm, Samsung Galaxy A7 is really slim that you can fit inside your pocket without much trouble. As mentioned earlier, slim design definitely helps in making it easier to holding in a more stable manner as you will not feel it to be that weighty.

Truly Superior

Its 3300mAh battery empowers Samsung Galaxy A7 to be used for a day and this means that you can experience uninterrupted digital experience and connectivity at the same time. Aside from its fingerprint scanner for extra security measure and powerful camera that captures perfect images, Samsung Galaxy A7 is the smartphone that can make your day.

Expert Reviews

hungrygeeks.ph
Reviewed on 2017-04-04
With flagship phones popping out of every single companies to take the throne of “Best Smartphone of 2017”, we tend to forget that we are all not capable of buying these over-priced and over-complicated smartphones. We also forget that there are mid-range...
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filipinotechaddict.net
Reviewed on 2015-01-24
Samsung has been on the top for since it released the Samsung Galaxy S3 and the first Galaxy Note. However, they were always criticized for making smartphones with cheap plastic material even on flagship devices. Competition, aside from Apple, have come u...
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itpro.co.uk
Reviewed on 2017-03-30
Very attractive, Excellent build quality, Gorgeous screenPerformance lags slightly behind rivals, Speaker is easy to accidentally muffle
Sign up for our daily newsletter Image 1 of 13 Samsung's forthcoming Galaxy S8 may be grabbing all the headlines but, behind the scenes, the tech giant has been quietly producing some of the most attractive mid-range devices on the market. The latest i...
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expertreviews.co.uk
Reviewed on 2017-03-08
Flagship-like quality on a budget, Lengthy battery life, Versatile cameraMiddling performance
Just when you thought we'd got a handle on Samsung's Galaxy A-series lineup, another rears its head. Samsung's Galaxy A7 handset has launched in India, with its bigger screen fetching a higher price.Now, there isn't a whole lot separating the two. Both st...
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pocket-lint.com
Reviewed on 2017-02-07
Great design and build, AMOLED display for rich visuals, Always On displayCamera could be better, last year's software
In a market where small, disruptive companies are releasing phones with flagship specifications at low prices - think OnePlus, Honor and Oppo - it's harder for big companies like Samsung to compete in the traditional model. Samsung knows how to make an a...
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intellectdigest.in
Reviewed on 2016-03-11
Samsung launched the second generation of its Galaxy A5 smartphone, dubbed the Galaxy A5 (2016) in India, early this year. The device comes with a number of improvements over its predecessor, but is it really worth buying? Is it a value for money device?I...
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technave.com
Reviewed on 2016-03-09
The Samsung Galaxy A5 (2016) is one of the newest mid-range smartphone that came out at the end of January in Malaysia , and also the middle child between the Galaxy A3 (2016) and Galaxy A7 (2016) . Currently available for RM1599, this Samsung smartphone...
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fonearena.com
Reviewed on 2016-03-05
Brilliant Display, Solid build quality, Good battery life, Good cameraPriced on the higher side, Runs on Android Lollipop, No notification LED, Slippery to hold
Samsung launched the Galaxy A5 (2016) , after more than a year of launching its first Galaxy A5 smartphone in its ‘A series' in India. On paper, specifications of the new A5 smartphone are way better than its predecessor. Even the new A5 is priced at Rs...
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igyaan.in
Reviewed on 2016-03-03
Earlier this month, Samsung unveiled the new Galaxy A5 and A7 devices at the Samsung Forum. The mid-range devices come with updated specifications and features including OIS and a fingerprint sensor. The 5.2-inch A5 is priced at Rs 29,400 while the 5.5-in...
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mobigyaan.com
Reviewed on 2016-02-25
Samsung has released the second generation of Galaxy A series smartphones in India debuting the Galaxy A5 (2016) as well as the Galaxy A7 (2016). With a new revamped design, Samsung is gaining a good spot in their looks. We just got our hands on the revie...
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alphr.com
Reviewed on 2016-02-24
Samsung stole the show at MWC 2016 with its VR-laden, Zuckerberg-wielding press conference announcing the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge. But those handsets are hardly the sort of thing your everyday man on the street is going to be buying. Instead, it's...
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gadgets.ndtv.com
Reviewed on 2016-02-04
Samsung, at its Southwest Asia Forum 2016 in Kuala Lumpur, announced details of its new Galaxy A5 and Galaxy A7 2016 edition smartphones for the Indian market. The handsets were first unveiled last year in China, though the company had not disclosed anyth...
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gsmarena.com
Reviewed on 2016-02-01
The A-Team is back and we start with the Samsung Galaxy A5 (2016). It pairs a premium build with premium features, a true S6 lookalike.The Galaxy A models for 2016 are Samsung's answer to the trend started by Chinese OEMs of making premium feeling midrang...
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soyacincau.com
Reviewed on 2016-01-30
When I found out that the new Galaxy A 2016 series from Samsung was going to borrow design cues from their Galaxy S flagship lineup, I was definitely intrigued. With the Galaxy S6 , the South Korean electronics company showed that they could do “premium”...
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ausdroid.net
Reviewed on 2015-06-29
Super thin design at only 6.3mm, Screen is very good for the market this phone is aimed at, Battery life is outstanding, not just for the capacity of battery, stand alone outstanding, Sound quality is very good for ringtones and musicSound (ie. ringtones) could be louder, Slim and lightweight design makes the phone feel fragile, Volume rocker is in a bad position for right handed users, I keep turning the in call volume down, The camera is capable, but not outstanding and Samsung can...
Samsung generally make great hardware, and the tens of millions of devices sold suggest that it's well liked generally by many customers. In recent history Samsung have had one or two flagships available for the top end users who want the best on offer ri...
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mobilechoiceuk.com
Reviewed on 2015-06-02
Under £300, Beautiful build quality, Expandable storage, 4G connectivityRuns Android KitKat, small battery, Still has old TouchWiz, Underpowered Processor, Shaky camera output in lowlight conditions
Ever since Samsung's Galaxy S5 didn't set consumers aflutter with excitement, the consumer electronics giant was on a soul searching mission. Their phones talked the talk but by popular consent, they didnt look walk the walk- aka the design element didnt...
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gadgets.ndtv.com
Reviewed on 2015-05-25
Good design, Great cameras, LightweightExpensive, Battery life could have been better
As an answer to its detractors who complained that Samsung only made cheap plastic phones, the Korean tech major released the Galaxy Alpha last year. The unibody Alpha was made of metal and was an undoubtedly premium-looking phone.Samsung didn't stop at t...
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criticalhit.net
Reviewed on 2015-05-18
While it's always nice to have the newest, most fashionable gadgets, not everybody has the sort of expendable income to be able to afford them. While the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge might be the finest phone to come out of Samsung in years, it comes with a par...
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theregister.co.uk
Reviewed on 2015-05-11
In one leap it moved Samsung alongside HTC and Apple in both style and build. The Alpha was essentially a prototype but it has now spawned the Galaxy A series. Excluding multi-SIM variants, there are currently three models in the range: the 4.5-inch A3, ...
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chip.com.my
Reviewed on 2015-05-09
Stylish and sturdy build, Full suite of connectivity options, Plenty of selfphotography optionsCan't replace battery, Price, Dualsim disables the microSD slot
Samsung has provided their fair share of smart mobile devices across the various price ranges, and the new Samsung GALAXY A5 aims to provide their trademark quality within the midrange threshold. Let's see how it holds up during our tests.As you take this...
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