Samsung, with the launch of new Galaxy A-series smartphones, may be getting serious in the premium-built smartphone race, but how do the phones themselves stack up? We’ve got in this post a thorough look at the Samsung Galaxy A5 specs, to help you decide if Samsung’s next is worth the buy… or a pass.

Overall, the phone is pretty mid-range by today’s standards, but it holds its own and shouldn’t be too terrible a performer. The price point is also expected to be fairly competitive, so it’ll likely have that going for it, and the package itself sure looks great. Share your thoughts with us in the comments section below.

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Samsung Galaxy A5 specs

[table] Component,Description
Screen size,5.0 inches
Screen type,Super AMOLED
Resolution,HD (likely 720p)
Pixel density,294 ppi (if 720p)
SoC,Unspecified
Type,Quad-core
Speed,1.2 GHz
GPU,Unspecified
RAM,2GB
Storage,16GB
Expansion,microSD
Camera,13MP AF
Flash,LED
Front-facer,5MP
Battery,2300mAh
OS,Android 4.4
Bands,Varies by country/carrier
SIM type,Unspecified
Bluetooth,Bluetooth 4.0 (with LE support)
WiFi,802.11 a/b/g/n
NFC,LTE model only
Infrared,Unspecified
Sensors,Accelerometer / Proximity / Geo-magnetic / RGB ambient light / Hall Sensor
Build,Metal unibody
Size,139.3 x 69.7 x 6.7mm / 123g
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Want more on the Samsung Galaxy A5? Check out our continuing coverage here.

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