Samsung Galaxy S7 vs Samsung Galaxy A7 (2017)

Since the decease of Galaxy Note 7, the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge remain as Samsung’s up-to-date flagships, have you heard something about the new Samsung Galaxy A7 (2017)? Do you know the differences between Samsung Galaxy A7 (2017) and its previous Samsung Galaxy S7? Before having a deep thoughtful analysis on the differences of both smartphone, let’s see the similarities below.

Samsung Galaxy S7 vs Samsung Galaxy A7 (2017)

First, they come from the same flagship, Samsung. Second, they both have the ‘always-on’ display feature to endure your smartphone battery. Besides, the battery is non-removable with quick charging, especially Galaxy S7, it enjoys wireless rapid integrated charging. Third, they (the global version of the Galaxy S7) apply an Exynos processor – the 7880 octa-core and the 8890 octa-core– along with a Mali GPU for graphics. Fourth, they propose a 32GB variant of built-in memory, and are fold up to 256GB via a microSD card. Fifth, this is a good point for selfie-fans because the central camera ranges contrast, but both take excellent photos. The last, they have a fingerprint sensor to activate the device or permit mobile expenses, including Samsung Pay. You can find all of these in your device– WiFi, Bluetooth v4.2, GPS, NFC, and a USB port .

Now, time to see the differences of both:

Samsung Galaxy S7 vs Samsung Galaxy A7 (2017)

First, about the device of the smartphone, metal and glass construction are used by The Galaxy S7 and all-metal device is for Galaxy A7. Second, you will find microUSB v2.0 on the Galaxy S7 and the newer Type-C reversible on the Galaxy A7. Third, their Fantastic AMOLED displays are different sizes – 5.1-inches (Galaxy S7) vs. 5.7-inches (Galaxy A7), and this makes them dissimilar in bodily proportions. Third, notice detailed Specifications Comparison chart below and here you will experience the difference of these both great devices– connect to “View Full Comparison” link at the end of the chart to expand the details. Then, try to make some pros and cons. Have a nice analysis.

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