Samsung Galaxy A7 2018 Price In India: Buy Samsung Galaxy A7 Mobile worth Rs. 25600 at Rs. 21990. Samsung Galaxy A7 Price In India is Rs. 21990 for 4GB RAM 64 GB ROM variant. The Samsung Galaxy A7 comes with 15.24 cm (6.0 inch) FHD+ Display, 24MP + 5MP + 8MP | 24MP Front Camera, 3300 Lithium-ion Battery, Samsung Exynos Octa Core Processor (2.2 GHz) Processor.
Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018), a mid-ranged smartphone with triple rear cameras, was launched in India in September 2018. The USP of this phone is its triple rear cameras, modern design and good hardware. Take a look at the Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018) review to find out if the phone is worth the money or not. However, have a quick glance at the specifications of the mobile below.
The Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018) runs on Experience UI based on Android 8.0 Oreo OS and is powered by an Exynos 7885 octa-core processor along with both 4GB and 6GB RAM. The phone boasts of a 6-inch Full HD+ display and packs in a 3300mAh battery (non-removable) with adaptive fast charging. There is both 64GB and 128GB of internal memory onboard but you can also expand it further up to 512GB. In the camera department, we get a triple camera setup at the back - a 24 megapixel primary camera, a 8 megapixel ultra-wide camera and a 5 megapixel depth camera. We get a huge 24 megapixel selfie camera on the front. There is a fingerprint sensor on the right side. The A7 has Dual 4G VoLTE connectivity along with Dual SIM support. Other options include WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac (Dual Band), Bluetooth 5.0 LE, NFC, GPS and GLONASS. The Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018) features a lot of sensors which includes a gyroscope, magnetometer, accelerometer, proximity and ambient light sensor.
The Galaxy A7 is a modern iteration of the mid-ranged smartphones from the house of Samsung. It is made up of metal and the back cover has a glossy finish. The build quality is solid and it does feel solid in hands. We get thick chins on both top and bottom of the display. The phone is tall, sleek (7.5mm thick) and weighs 168 grams. So you have to use it with two hands when using it for long durations. The edges are slightly rounded and it does offer good grip. The back is slippery, so always use a protective case with the phone.
Starting with the front side, there is a 6-inch display along with the selfie camera, LED flash, couple of sensors and earpiece on top. We do not get any capacitive buttons below the display as it comes with on screen buttons for navigation. At the bottom, we have the microUSB port, primary microphone, 3.5mm audio jack and loudspeaker while on the top we get the secondary microphone. On the left, we get the microSD card slot and SIM card slot while on the right we have the power/lock button and volume rocker. The power button also doubles up as a fingerprint sensor. Turning towards the back, we have a triple camera setup in a vertical position on the top left followed by the LED flash. The Samsung branding is found in the middle. The back cover is non-removable and it houses the 3300mAh battery underneath. Overall, the Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018) is a good looking smartphone that comes with awesome hardware.
The Samsung Galaxy A7 packs in a 6-inch Super AMOLED display with a resolution of 2220 x 1080 pixels (Full HD+). It is a modern bezel-less display with 18.5:9 aspect ratio. This display is superior in comparison to its IPS counterparts as it is made up of Super AMOLED. The display feels very sharp and vibrant. The colors are on the neutral side and the viewing angles are decent. The brightness and contrast levels are good. Also, the sunlight legibility is moderately good. There is no branded protection on top of the display but we get a 2.5D curved glass cover to protect the display from general wear and tear. It is a big display and hence you would need both hands to use it efficiently.
The touch response of the Galaxy A7 is very smooth and lag free mainly because of the fine quality display and stable interface. Overall, the Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018) comes with an immersive display where videos and images look stunning.
In terms of performance, the Samsung Galaxy A7 is powered by an Exynos 7885 octa-core processor clocked at 2.2GHz. This mid-ranged chipset from the house of Samsung can handle most of the day-to-day processes. Although, we faced some lag and frame drop with super high-end apps and games. The multitasking experience is quite smooth as we get both 4GB/6GB RAM variants and hence you can easily run more than seven apps simultaneously. You can play casual games easily but high-end ones might stutter a bit. The A7 comes with 64/128GB of internal memory, out of which around 52/112GB of free space will be available after first boot. If you're not satisfied with the internal storage, then you can bump it up to 512GB. It comes with a dedicated microSD card slot and hence you do not have to sacrifice a SIM card. There is a side-mounted fingerprint sensor on the right side and it works flawlessly.
Talking about connectivity, the A7 from the house of Samsung supports Dual SIM along with Dual 4G VoLTE. The 3300mAh battery under its hood is non-removable but it supports adaptive fast charging. You will get around one day of battery life with normal to moderate usage.
Overall, the Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018) is a very good all-round performer.
The Samsung Galaxy A7 is one of the most unique smartphones as it comes with triple rear cameras. We get a 24 megapixel primary lens, a 8 megapixel ultra-wide lens and a 5 megapixel depth sensing lens. The camera setup is capable of clicking very good images, specially in natural daylight conditions. We get some amount of detail and the color saturation is also on point. The photos look very sharp and crisp. When it comes to low light performance, it is decent but the pictures have some amount of noise and grain. The wide-angle lens provides a different perspective of capturing wide-angle shots while the depth sensing camera helps in clicking portrait shots. Both these lenses perform really well. The focusing mechanism is fast and it is accurate everytime. HDR photography will yield you good dynamic range and macro images also have a lot of bokeh effect. There is a massive 24 megapixel front-facing camera and you can click great selfies using it. The camera automatically lets more light in by combining four pixels into one pixel in low light conditions and hence the low light selfies look awesome.
The camera app of the Galaxy A7 is very easy to use as it comes with a simple interface. There are a lot of modes for shooting including Selfie Focus, Pro Lighting Mode along with some filters as well but according to us the Auto mode works the best in most of the lighting conditions. Both the camera setup can shoot Full HD videos and they look great. Overall, the Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018) comes with an array of cameras and they perform very well together.
The loudspeaker of the Galaxy A7 is located on the right bottom of the device. The audio is crisp and it is quite loud as well. Also, there is no sound distortion even at the highest levels. The audio does get blocked by your palms while playing games or watching videos since the speaker is placed at the bottom. We also get Dolby Atmos support but it is only limited to the earphones. There is a native music player on this phone and we also get Google Play Music. We get all the necessary features for a good music playback. However, you can also download third-party apps like Saavn for streaming online music.
Coming to the video watching experience on the A7, you can play or stream Full HD and 4K videos with ease as it comes with good processor and display. We get bundled earphones with the device and it sounds good as well. Overall, the Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018) offers a very good audio and video experience.
Out of the box, the Samsung Galaxy A7 runs on Experience UI based on Android 8.0 Oreo OS. It may not be the latest OS from the house of Google as the company had just launched Android 9.0 Pie but majority of smartphones still come with Oreo OS. We might expect an update in the future since the A7 is a mid-ranged smartphone. The user interface is very smooth. It does not show any lag or frame drops during day-to-day usage and even while running high-end apps and games, it does not show much lag. The UI is customizable and you can arrange it according to your preferences. We get a lot of pre-installed apps (bloatware) but you can delete them if you do not like to use them. We get all the strandard stock Oreo features such as Doze, Gestures and more. In case you do not like Experience UI’s interface, you can always install a third-party theme such as Pixel Launcher to get a new look and feel.
Overall, the Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018) has a very stable UI based on Oreo OS.
The Galaxy A7 (2018) is a well-made mid-ranged smartphone by Samsung. The main USP of the phone is its triple rear cameras and they perform quite well. We also get a good selfie camera on the front. The Infinity display looks solid and the phone has a solid build but we get thick chins on both top and bottom of the display. The battery life is decent but it supports fast charging. Also, there is no wireless charging support. The overall peformance is very good. So if you want to purchase a good mid-ranged smartphone with fancy camera setup, go for the Galaxy A7 (2018). If you want to check out the competition, then have a look at the Asus ZenFone 5Z, Vivo V11 Pro and Honor Play.
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