Samsung made headlines last month with the announcement of its thinnest smartphones to date, the Galaxy A3 and A5, both featuring svelte aluminum unibody designs and more design appeal than many of Samsung’s other offerings. They were interesting phones to say the least, which is why we’re glad to report news of Samsung Galaxy A5 China availability having just begun.
The phone costs 2,599 Yuan (CNY) to purchase, which translates to about 420 USD. Whether it’s worth that price tag is up for debate, but the following information might help you with that decision.
Samsung’s Galaxy A5 is outfitted with not the best specs on the market, but they certainly aren’t bad by any means. We compiled them in one place for your convenience, so if you’re interested in the Galaxy A5, certainly have a look at our detailed specs list before making a purchase.
As a quick summary, the phone features specs like a 13MP camera, a 5-inch 720p screen, a quad-core 1.2 GHz processor, and more. It isn’t up there with the flagships of the year, but as far as midrangers go, the A5 can put up a fight.
Let us know down in the comments if you’re going to purchase one, and if so, what about the phone justified the $420 price tag for you!