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Samsung have announced their latest range of Galaxy A phones overnight on their global site. The three new devices announced for 2016 all have the distinct Samsung look about them while evolving and modernising while the A5 and A7 carry Samsung Pay for the convenience of users, secured by fingerprint for peace of mind.

Head of Samsung Mobile, JK Shin said

At Samsung, we are committed to continued innovation, inspired by the feedback and needs of our wide range of consumers, we took the consumer feedback on our original Galaxy A models and made thoughtful and impactful improvements offering consumers a seamless convergence of style and performance for their everyday lifestyles.

The Galaxy A3 (4.7 inch screen), Galaxy A5 (5.2 inch screen) and Galaxy A7 (5.5 inch screen) devices are are set to become available this month in China and expanded to other global markets across early 2016. We have reached out to Samsung Australia to confirm if and when the devices may become available in Australia and will update this article when we get a response.

With the specs shown above, would you consider one of the Galaxy A (2016) devices as your next phone?

Source: Samsung Press.
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Ed Shyed
Ed Shyed
4 years ago

So, here it is 3 days away from April, any indication of release date yet for A3? My phones shat itself and i’m holding off for this one, but if its not soon, i’ll pass and get an LG I’m looking at – cant stand this antique flip phone, not for too much longer anyway πŸ™‚

Jonny Osorio
Jonny Osorio
4 years ago

They will be way overpriced for my liking

WAusJackBauer
WAusJackBauer
Reply to  Jonny Osorio
4 years ago

Ye, the last gen ones which have been out for ages still sell for $380

WAusJackBauer
WAusJackBauer
4 years ago

A3 looks sweet, wish it was 4.8″ though.

vijay alapati
vijay alapati
Reply to  WAusJackBauer
4 years ago

its 4.7″ not sure what difference it makes? i know s3 was only device with 4.8″ screen

WAusJackBauer
WAusJackBauer
Reply to  vijay alapati
4 years ago

Many inches does it need to be to make a difference? πŸ˜› 2 or more?