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Cheapest Samsung Galaxy A7 Price in Philippines is ₱ 4,940.00

The Samsung Galaxy A7 is now available in Philippines. The cheapest Samsung Galaxy A7 price in Philippines is ₱ 4,940.00 from Lazada. Samsung Galaxy A7 price details are updated May 2021.

Samsung Galaxy A7 Price Guide

Price List by Country for Samsung Galaxy A7

Country International Price Price in PHP
Malaysia MYR 1,000.00 ₱ 11,595.00
Philippines PHP 4,940.00 ₱ 4,940.00
Thailand THB 2,985 ₱ 4,540.00

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Samsung Galaxy A7 Specs

Screen Size 5.5"
Pixel Density 401ppi
Display Resolution 1080 x 1920pixels
Water Resistant No
Scratch Resistant Yes
Rear Camera 13MP
Front Camera 5MP
Camera Lenses No
Storage 16GB
Expandable Memory Yes
Weight 141g
Body Material Metal
Dimensions (W x H x D) 151 x 76.2 x 6.3mm
Battery Capacity 2600mAh
Dual SIM No
SIM Card Nano-SIM
Processor Core Octa Core
OS Android
USB Connectors Micro-USB
Wi-Fi Standard 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac
Fingerprint Scanner No
Face Recognition Yes

Samsung A7 Specs, Price, and Review - Philippines

Samsung Galaxy A7 – A sleek and stylish mid-range phone

The Galaxy A7 is one of the most sought-after 5.5-inch handsets from Samsung, equipped with a sleek and slim chassis and impressive specifications that deliver enough performance when gaming, browsing, and much more. Here is a rundown of its specs and features.

Designed to impress

When it comes to the build, Samsung A7 sports a polycarbonate chassis that is sturdy and feels nice to the touch. It also comes with an aluminum frame that adds elegance and visual appeal to the device. The Samsung Galaxy A7's 5.5-inch display has a 1080x1920 resolution with a Super AMOLED panel that offers sharp and vibrant visuals. Its front panel is also topped with a 5MP selfie camera and a physical home button at the bottom of the display. On the back, you'll find the 13MP camera with LED flash and the smooth plastic exterior.

Powerful performance

Armed with a 1.6GHz octa-core processor and 3GB RAM, expect a smooth hardware performance on the Samsung Galaxy A7 when running power-intensive applications without noticing any lags or slowdowns. This Samsung mobile phone also comes with a 16GB internal storage that offers adequate storage for your favorite apps, games, and files. It can even be expanded up to 64GB with a microSD card.

A great set of cameras

Samsung integrated a 13MP sensor into the Samsung A7's slim frame. While the images are not as impressive as those from top flagships like the Samsung Galaxy S8, the A7 offers decent shots with adequate color reproduction and detail. The Samsung A7 also comes with a 5MP front camera that offers decent selfies for your social networks.

Superior battery life

The Samsung A7 houses a 2600mAh battery capacity that can last through the day with moderate usage of various functions like browsing, movie-watching, picture-taking, messaging, and gaming.

Reviews of Samsung Galaxy A7
Reviewed on 2016-03-30
Excellent Super AMOLED display, Premium metalandglass design, Great camera, Longlasting battery life
Occasional UI quirks, No Marshmallow yet, Glass back isn't durable
Samsung's mid-range warrior has what it takes to succeed, but pricing remains a sore point.The Galaxy A7 2016 has features normally reserved for Samsung's flagships, such as a fingerprint scanner, Super AMOLED display, and a great 13MP camera. A fast octa...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-18
Premium glass/metal build, Bright vibrant large display, MicroSD expansion, Fast charging, Fantastic battery life, Little bloatware
Performance can be sluggish, Mediocre camera, Only 16 GB internal storage, High price tag
When the Galaxy A line was first introduced by Samsung more than year ago , the series brought with it the company's first experimentation with build materials, with all these smartphone being made entirely of metal. Since then, Samsung seems to have foun...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-04
Very stylish, eyecatching design, solid build quality, Very solid battery life, Super AMOLED display has pleasing colors, Supports expandable storage via microSD cards
Performance is disappointing: inconsistent, phone often stutters and lags, A bit too pricey for what it offers, Poor for gaming, GPU performance is terrible, Ships with Android 5.1, unclear when and whether it'd get updated
The Samsung Galaxy A7 (2016 edition, aka A7 6) launches early in 2016 to set the tone for mid-range phones: those that are not as expensive as the finest Galaxy S series and iPhones, but also a level above the Moto Gs of this world. The Galaxy A7 (2016)...
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Reviewed on 2015-09-11
Smartphone-tablet hybrids, known commonly as “phablets” haven't really managed to take off despite being available for some years now. While there have been some moderate successes, the form factor seems to have been largely overlooked in favor of small...
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Reviewed on 2015-04-18
Very solid casing, Slim and stylish, Decent speaker, Everyday-suitable battery life, Low temperatures, Superb color reproduction, Accurate input devices
Mediocre voice quality, Preloaded adware, Protruding camera could scratch, and causes the smartphone to teeter
3, 5, 7. Samsung's Galaxy A lineup is more tailored for the normal wallet than the wickedly expensive Galaxy S models. Now a small phablet is available in the series called Galaxy A7. We took a closer look at the classy smartphone....
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Reviewed on 2017-03-20
When did mid-range phones get good ? When did they get waterproof, with good cameras, great battery life, and design that looks just about as high-end as anything else you can buy?In so many different ways, the Galaxy A5 and A7 are a cheaper and more rest...
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Reviewed on 2017-03-17
Comfortable design, Water-proof build, just like the Galaxy S7, Great battery life, Acceptable camera, A mid-range phone with both Near-Field Communication (NFC) and Samsung Magnetic Strip Technology (MST)
Expensive for what it is, Fingerprint sensor feels slow in comparison to the S7's, Runs Android 6.0 "Marshmallow" out of the box
The idea that you should have to spend a lot of money on a phone is a bit of a myth, and these days the mid-range is a great place to shop. But how much is too much for that category?Samsung's Galaxy A7 pushes the limits of the mid-range, asking $799 fo...
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