The Samsung Galaxy A5 is the sort of phone that has me questioning why the vast majority of people should buy a flagship device. After all, when a £369.99 device ticks almost all of the right boxes, why pay more? For the first time, Samsung has more convincingly brought the high-quality flagship DNA down to the mid-range, which makes the A5 the first non-flagship phone from the Korean company that’s easy to recommend.
Prozessor type : 64 Bit 1.9 GHz Octa-Core with 32 GB storage inbuilt
Camera : 16 MP /16 MP
Display : 13.22 cm / 5.2″ FHD sAMOLED
Finger Scanner feature available