Samsung announced the sequels to the Galaxy A3, Galaxy A5 and Galaxy A7 today. Set to launch in China this month before expanding to other markets, the 2016 iterations of the A3, A5 and A7 pack a potent mix of hardware, with features like a fingerprint sensor, cameras with optical image stabilization, and a premium metal and glass design. Like all of its official smartphone announcements, Samsung didn’t talk about the pricing, but Samsung Benelux has kindly offered us the official price tags for the Galaxy A3 and Galaxy A5 (2016).
The Galaxy A3 (2016) will be priced at €329, while the Galaxy A5 (2016) will cost €399. These prices are slightly higher than the launch prices for the original A3 and A5 but aren’t exactly too high for what is on offer. Well, the A3 isn’t exactly as huge an upgrade as the new A5 (or the A7), but the premium design is likely the reason for the, um, premium that consumers will have to pay for the device.
We are not aware of the price for the Galaxy A7 (2016), but we expect it to cost €469 going by the price difference between the other two handsets. You should keep in mind that these prices are for Europe and could vary in other markets, and we will be updating this post with all the pricing information we learn in the coming days.