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Samsung announces Galaxy A7

Samsung's latest offering is the much-anticipated Galaxy A7.

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Samsung has just announced their most recent assault on the mobile market and it is the successor to the Galaxy A5. The A7 is Samsung’s thinnest phone ever, measuring just 6.3mm, which is impressive considering the amount of technology they’ve managed to fit inside.

The phone holds two quad-core processors, which will make browsing and multi-tasking incredibly quick. The battery is a hefty 2,600mAh unit and it stores an impressive 16GB memory and 2GB of RAM.

It is also playing to the selfie market by including a five-megapixel front-facing camera with Ultra Wide Shot and Auto Selfie modes that you can operate with just a voice command. The rear-facing camera is 13-megapixel with LED flash mode.

The phone itself, which will run Android KitKat 4.4, is 151 by 76.2mm, weighs 141g and has a 5.5-inch AMOLED screen.

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