Samsung Galaxy A7 2018
Isn’t the Samsung A-series just a royal mess – even numbers, odd numbers, pluses sprinkled here and there, and a year stamp to top it all off. Let’s go ahead and see what the Galaxy A7 (2018) is exactly and who it’s for.
In the absence of an A5 this year, the A7 (2018) and the A9 (2018) happen to be the two odd-numbered phones, and they have something in common – each has a few cameras more than usual. The A9 goes all out with 4-module array on its back – a normal wide angle, an ultra wide angle, a telephoto, and one more just for depth detection. Well, the A7 skips the telephoto, but that’s still three cams on a midranger. Just on the back, that is – there’s an extra one above the display for selfies, and it’s paired with a flash too.
Then there are a couple of very Samsung things you’ll find on the A7 – a SuperAMOLED display and an Exynos chipset. The 6-incher has a FullHD resolution in a tall aspect, the SoC is made on a 14nm process, so all is perfectly fitting the handset’s market segment – it’s well specced, but not too well specced.