Samsung didn’t have any new mobile products to show off at CES this year unfortunately, but in its booth it was showing off some recently-announced products we hadn’t had a chance to go hands-on with as of yet. One of these is the Samsung Galaxy A3, an entry-level Android phone targeted at the growing and competitive Asian markets. We decided to take to take the opportunity to put together a Samsung Galaxy A3 hands-on video, and it’s available below.

The phone most definitely isn’t the best device out there – just one look at the spec sheet can confirm that if you have any doubts – but for the price range, we came away decently impressed. It’s well-built and solid in the hand, and it offers many of the compelling features Samsung throws in with its TouchWiz Android overlay.

Watch the video through the embed, and then drop us a comment giving us your thoughts on the A3, And be sure also to follow us on all your favorite social networks as well as subscribe to the YouTube channel, as we’ve got heaps of more content incoming shortly from the show floor in Las Vegas – be sure to catch it all as it goes up.

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