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Samsung Ghana unveils Galaxy ‘A’ series phones

By: Fred Yaw Sarpong

Samsung Ghana has officially unveiled two new Galaxy A series phones in the country. The phones are Galaxy A3 and Galaxy A5.

The Galaxy A series devices are built to suit the needs of younger consumers who want to enhance their social network lives by capturing and sharing every moment while staying connected.

The Galaxy A series provide users with an exceptional social experience through its advanced camera and enhanced selfie features, allowing users to capture every moment and easily and seamlessly share photos on their favourite social media platform.

The Galaxy A3 and A5 are a full metal unibody and ultra-slim design with a superior hardware. Both phones offer high quality display and an advanced 5MP front-facing camera.

The Samsung Galaxy A3 runs on an android 4.4(kitkat) and comes with a 8MP AF with LED Flash rear light, 4.5″qHD Super AMOLED display, 1.2GHz Quad-Core Processor,16GB internal memory + micro SD slot (up to 64GB) 1GB RAM, weighs 110.3g, and has a dimension of 130.1×65.5×6.9mm.

The Samsung Galaxy A5 also has a 13MP AF with LED flash rear camera, 5.0″HD Super AMOLED display, 1.2GHz Quad-Core Processor, 16GB internal memory + micro SD slot (up to 64GB) 2GB RAM, weighs 123g, has a dimension of 139.3×69.7×6.7mm, and also runs on an android kitkat (4.4) operating software.
In terms of connectivity, both phones come with a 802.11 a/b/g/n Wi-Fi, 4.0(BLE, ANT+) bluetooth, NFC (LTE version only), and an

At the launched in Accra last weekend the Managing Director of Samsung West Africa Accra Office, Mr Harry Park said this is the first time Samsung is introducing a full metal slim unibody smartphone.

‘Samsung understands that the mobile phones have become an integral part of our everyday lives and should therefore enhance and complement our lifestyle. This inspired our latest innovation; the Galaxy A series,’ said Mr Park.

He stated that they are also offering consumers more value by forming solid partnerships with renowned brands like Vodafone and Adidas and many more offers through Samsung Galaxy Gift App.

The Samsung Galaxy A series comes with packages such as 9GB free data from Vodafone; SuperSport streaming App; flexible payments from banks like Stanbic, Society Generale Ghana, Ecobank, Fidelity, and uniBank; shopping discount and among other packages.


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