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Samsung’s Latest Smartphones In 2017; Samsung Galaxy A3 And A5 Specs, Price And Release Date

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By: Danilo Flores II

The controversy on Samsung’s alleged exploding phones is now over. It finally recovers after the discovery of cheap imitations. Samsung is slowly gaining their momentum towards supremacy when it comes to smartphones with its Samsung Galaxy series.






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Samsung’s Latest Smartphones

To invade the global market this 2017 are Samsung Galaxy A3 and Samsung Galaxy A5. These smartphones are now available for pre-order and will soon be out for the public. These latest Samsung smartphones are expected to be as successful as it’s the latest release of Galaxy S7 Edge.




Samsung Galaxy A3 And A5 Specs

Samsung Galaxy A3 has a 4.7-inch screen and Samsung Galaxy A5 has a 5.2-inch display. Both of these displays include always-on technology allowing users to check for key notifications without waking up the device and wasting precious battery life.

The same with Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge, the new A series are rated IP68 which means they can cope with a dip in water and are resistant to dust. An enhanced rear-facing camera and taking selfies feature has been made much easier for the user with the ability to touch anywhere on the screen to snap a high-resolution snap of your face.

The low light slot would no longer be a problem because Samsung Galaxy A3 & A5 uses the display as a front flash. Samsung says it’s trying to make smartphone photography less complicated on the A series with quick access to shot modes and instant filters which add effects to pictures.

Users can also use specific modes such as Food Mode to optimize and enhance the color and contrast of selected shots. There are no official specs on battery life but Samsung is boasting a long-lasting performance and fast charging via a USB Type-C port.

Samsung Galaxy A3 And A5 Price

While it has been an issue for the high-priced Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge, Galaxy A3 & A5 can be availed at a low cost. Galaxy A3 & A5 prices start at £279 or $348 dollars only. An obvious deviation from the price of Galaxy S7 Edge.

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Samsung Galaxy A3 And A5 Release Date

The news of these latest devices hitting the shops comes as Samsung has revealed its next flagship Galaxy S8 won’t get its usual February release date. The highly-anticipated smartphones will be announced at a later date.

For the last three years, Samsung has used the popular MWC trade show to announce the latest iteration of its flagship Galaxy S series. But that won’t be the case this year, with fans forced to wait longer than expected before the chance to upgrade their device.



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Bias?: Air Passengers Warned Not To Use Galaxy Note 7

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welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

In actuality, mobile devices must not be used when flying in an airplane. It must be switched off before take off – then switched on again when the plane landed and already at its parking position. Why is this news directed only to Galaxy Note 7? Read this from News Aky:

The extraordinary warning from US aviation officials follows numerous reports of the smartphones catching fire.

Airline passengers should not turn on or charge their Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphones during flights or stow them in checked baggage, US aviation officials have said.

The warning comes a week after Samsung suspended Note 7 sales, following reports that a battery problem led to some devices catching fire during charging.

The US Federal Aviation Administration said in a statement that it “strongly advises” passengers to follow its guidance “in light of recent incidents and concerns raised by Samsung about its Galaxy Note 7 devices”.

It is extremely unusual for aviation officials to warn passengers about a specific product.

United Continental Holdings Inc, American Airlines Group Inc and Delta Air Lines Inc did not immediately respond to requests for comment on the FAA advisory.

A spokesman for Washington-based trade group Airlines for America, said the group was “closely monitoring any developments as this issue evolves”.

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Last week, Samsung recalled 2.5 million Note 7 devices after confirming 35 cases of its rechargeable lithium batteries catching fire.

Most explosions occurred while the battery was being charged.

In one case, a family in Florida reported that their device left charging in their Jeep caught fire, destroying the vehicle.

Samsung launched the latest version of the Note series on 19 August.

The South Korean company said in a statement last week that it would take about two weeks to prepare replacement devices.

A statement from Samsung UK said: “We are currently conducting a thorough inspection with our suppliers to identify possible affected batteries in the market.

“However, because our customers’ safety is an absolute priority, we have stopped sales of the Galaxy Note 7.

“For UK customers who already have Galaxy Note 7 devices, we will voluntarily replace their current device with a new one over the coming weeks.”

Reference: http://news.sky.com/story/air-passengers-warned-not-to-use-galaxy-note-7-10570481

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Gorilla Glass Protects Smartphones from Dropping Breakage

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welcome By: Elena Grace Flores
Do you always worry to break your phone as you hurry up to do your daily activities? No need to worry now as Smartphone producers are becoming more innovative in addressing that problem. Samsung and Apple devices have tested the Gorilla Glass by Corning already – and the glass maker even enhanced the durability of their product.

BBC wrote: Dropping your smartphone when taking a selfie could soon be less risky, says specialist glass maker Corning. It has launched its next generation of Gorilla Glass – the material used in more than 70% of smartphone screens, including on Samsung and Apple devices. Corning said Gorilla Glass 5 could survive more than 80% of drops from as high as 1.6 metres.

It continued: Shattered or cracked screens are the number one cause of smartphone repairs and customer complaints globally. The new glass was tested on rough surfaces – a demo for journalists showed dummy phones being dropped from a height of 1.6 meters onto a sheet of sandpaper. Some of the phones tested survived over 20 hard drops in the lab. Typically, most phone drops are from between waist and shoulder height. As well as drops, the company said it was twice at good at resisting scratches and other damage compared to what’s currently on the market.
Device manufacturers are expected to unveil products with the new glass within the next few months.

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