News tagged: 'Galaxy A7'
The first proper firmware update for the (new) Galaxy A7 brings another camera mode for the device. The Galaxy A7 Super Slow-motion video recording mode is included in the update that’s rolling out today. It’s a basic iteration of the feature so don’t expect to take Galaxy S9-quality slow motion videos. The Galaxy A7 is […]read more »
Samsung unveiled the new Galaxy A7 last month. It’s the company’s first smartphone with a triple-camera system at the back. India was one of the first markets to get this device. Samsung has now started selling it in its home country. Customers in South Korea can now pick up the company’s triple-camera touting Galaxy A7. […]read more »
We reported last month that Samsung may soon launch gradient covers for some of its devices. The company is embracing gradient colors for its smartphones now. The cases will allow it to bring such colors to existing handsets. Images of these covers have now surfaced online. It appears that Samsung will first be releasing the […]read more »
To tackle the growing dominance of Chinese OEMs, DJ Koh, head of Samsung Mobile, announced a major change in strategy for the company’s midrange smartphone lineup a couple of months back. Instead of trickling down features from the Galaxy flagship models, Samsung decided to launch mid-range smartphones packed with new features that may be missing […]read more »
The newest Galaxy A7 wasn’t something people had expected. Samsung decided to rebrand the Galaxy A5 and Galaxy A7 to Galaxy A8 and Galaxy A8+, and the Galaxy A7 (2018) falls in the Galaxy A6 segment in both features and price. The focus, however, is on cameras with the new Galaxy A7. It’s the first […]read more »
Here’s something interesting we discovered on the new Galaxy A7. Samsung has implemented a neat feature for those who don’t like the software navigation keys taking up screen space on their smartphones. On the Galaxy A7, you can permanently hide the navigation bar and use gestures for accessing the home, back, and recent apps actions. […]read more »
The Galaxy A7 – the one Samsung launched this year, not the original from four years ago – is one of the company’s first smartphones to come with a fingerprint sensor embedded into the power button. Between the hard-to-access rear fingerprint sensors and the in-display sensors that are expected to arrive in the near future, […]read more »