Starting off 2017, Samsung is launching two new mid-range phones in its Galaxy A range.
Midrange phone basically means a phone that doesn't have high computer skills. For example phones like HTC one M9, LG G4 and Google Nexus 5x
The Samsung Galaxy A series include common features similar to high-end phones, such as a waterproof design that can be submerged nearly five feet deep, for up to 30 minutes. Of course, the phones also include a fingerprint scanner, and a full HD display.
The phones will have improved battery life, and the A5 model uses built in Fast Charging technology. The new technology is designed to give your battery extra power. The phones are expected to charge to nearly 50 percent in less than 30 minutes. Wow!
Samsung hopes to keep the excitement going after the unforgettable Galaxy Note 7 flaws.
Technology website, Phone Arena, announced that the Galaxy A series will not be coming to the United States, but it will be sold to “less developed markets, such as Russia and Eastern Europe where mid-range devices have proven much more popular.”
Samsung has not announced the exact sale date or prices for the new devices.