Review Samsung Galaxy A3 and A3 Dous

Review Samsung Galaxy A3 and A3 Dous - Samsung Galaxy A3 is a junior member of the company's new line of metal apparel. The least likely to challenge the Alpha dog, but as thin and sharp as the rest of his Galaxy A teammates. And it's not just about looks: with the LTE and Super AMOLED available throughout the series, the Samsung Galaxy A3 has the same 64-bit chipset as the A5 and the same high-resolution front camera as the A7. Obviously, most of the other specifications are moderate, but the A3 is a pretty credible mid-range package on its own.

It is available in single and double SIM versions, which is a popular combination in the middle range and is good to offer the cat. 4 LTE in both. The Samsung high-resolution camera is still new to Samsung: the A3 is one of the few much newer phones to have one.

A Super AMOLED display with qHD resolution and a 4.5 "diagonal and a Snapdragon 410 chip under the hood seems pretty competitive. So far all good. Samsung needs a good start in 2015 after ending 2014 with a low note The Alpha bloodline will be Samsung's mid-range winning card, and the Galaxy A3 will soon be joined by its bigger and better-equipped brothers.

key Features Samsung Galaxy A3

  • Independent LTE models enabled (1.5 GB RAM, NFC) and non-LTE models (1 GB RAM, without NFC) available regardless of the number of SIM slots
  • Touch screen Super AMOLED 4.5 "qHD, 245ppi, with Corning Gorilla Glass 4 and ambient light sensor
  • Android 4.4.4 KitKat with TouchWiz
  • Snapdragon 410 chipset, 1.2 GHz quad-core Cortex-A53, Adreno 306 GPU
  • 8 MP camera with autofocus, LED flash
  • 5 MP front camera with 1080p video recording at 30 fps
  • 16 GB memory, microSD card slot (up to 64 GB)
  • Wi-Fi b / g / n; Bluetooth 4.0; ANT +; GPS / GLONASS receiver
  • Active noise cancellation through a dedicated microphone
  • 1,900 mAh non-removable lithium-ion battery
  • Slim frame and excellent screen-to-body ratio

Main disadvantages Samsung Galaxy A3

  1. From the expensive side to launch
  2. Relatively low screen resolution
  3. Non-removable battery
  4. The non-LTE model has less RAM and no NFC
  5. The second SIM slot in the Dual SIM model also functions as a microSD slot, so you can only use it with a SIM card or a microSD card, but not both at the same time.

Where Galaxy A3 is reduced is the screen resolution. However, the Super AMOLED display should compensate for relatively low fidelity with outstanding contrast and striking colors. The Snapdragon 410 chip, which will not break the sound barrier but is of the new 64-bit generation and will not face too much stress given the screen resolution. It contains enough grain for a midranger and things only get better when Samsung finishes the Android 5.0 Lollipop update.

Unboxing Samsung Galaxy A3

You can feel the change of Samsung mobile games in the Galaxy A3 packaging. It has a lighter and cleaner design which is impressive at first glance. Inside, we provide a range of accessories - headphones, microUSB cables, wall chargers and pins for the SIM card and microSD card tray.

Samsung Galaxy A3 360 Degree Rotating

The Galaxy A3 measures 130 x 65.5 x 6.9 mm and weighs only 110 g. It is compact and lightweight but robust due to the aluminum frame.

Design and build quality

This change in design concept is what Samsung needed to be at the top of the smartphone market.

Fortunately, Galaxy Alpha and Galaxy Note 4 are not concept equipment and have inspired the company’s mid-range and high-end line-ups.

The Galaxy A3 is great to look at

It all starts with an aluminum frame of aluminum. It sets the tone for all smartphones and keeps the profile thin in check.

The Galaxy A3 is one of the thinnest smartphones Samsung has ever made, alongside the Galaxy A7, which is only 6.3mm in size. In our office, the Galaxy A3 joins the Galaxy A5 and you need to make sure it is seated next to it.

Galaxy A3 and Galaxy A5 side by side

Metalwork does not stop with the frame because there are metals like decorations on the camera lens, speakers, on / off button and volume. Even parts made of plastic are of very high quality. For example, although the tailgate is not removable, it has a smooth surface that glows when light falls on it. In fact, this end result reminds us how pearls will sparkle under the light. The impression is so strong that it adds a feminine feel to the white smartphone.

Unlike the Galaxy Alpha, the Galaxy A3 does not offer a fingerprint sensor under the Home button, nor is there a heart rate monitor on the back. But Galaxy Alpha does not have a microSD slot.

Galaxy A3 and Galaxy Alpha side by side

We were impressed with the touch of the Home and Power buttons and the volume. A small caveat is that the last two are rather narrow and therefore more difficult to suppress.

Apart from that, the handling of the Galaxy A3 is really fun - the phone is very thin and light, the build quality is good and the matte back cover gives a sturdy grip. The Galaxy A3 fits easily even in a tight pocket and is very light so you may forget that it is there.


Above the screen, we found the earpiece, a collection of common sensors and a high-resolution 5MP selfie snapper.

There is nothing strange under the screen. The hardware key for hardware is enclosed in a touch sensitive application contact key and the Back key.

Samsung keeps the classic front layout intact

The metal side of the phone has a piece of hardware that each controls - the power button on the right and the volume on the left. Both are made of metal, but as we mentioned, slimness is a bit of a problem.

Hardware controls: volume on the right and power button on the left

The microSD and nanoSIM trays are on the right side, easily removed with the included metal pin. In contrast, the original Galaxy Alpha smartphone does not offer microSD storage expansion, but allows you to access and remove the battery.

MicroSD card and SIM card slot

The top of the phone shows only a secondary microphone used to cancel ambient noise when making a call.

The top of the phone is almost empty

The lower part is more lively and has room for an open 3.5mm audio jack, microUSB port and main micro pinhole.

Bottom of Galaxy A3

8MP camera on the back, accompanied by a rather large LED flash. The camera itself protrudes slightly from the back of the phone and exceeds the quoted thickness of 6.9 mm. Snapper is also capable of recording 1080p video.

Out of reach, under the rear panel, a 1,900 mAh battery is hidden. Unfortunately, this is not user-friendly.

The Galaxy A3 is in hand

In general, we are happy with the build quality and the way the Galaxy A3 feels in the hand. Samsung is doing a very good job here and its efforts continue to be seen.

The only real drawbacks are the non-removable battery and the fact that in the Dual SIM version you have to choose whether you want to use a secondary slot for the microSD card or the other SIM card - you can't enjoy both . In addition, the Galaxy A3 is a solid device and we are excited to see Samsung expand this design language on mobile phones that are more affordable than the Galaxy Alpha.

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