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Samsung Smartphones Review: Galaxy A5 (2016) and Galaxy A9 (2016)

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Samsung has been updating its devices time to time with a view to staying ahead in the competition. It has refreshed its Galaxy A9 and Galaxy A5 smartphones for the same purpose. In this article, you will find the Samsung smartphones review, which cover these two devices.

Samsung Smartphones Review - Galaxy A5 (2016)

Samsung Smartphones Review: Galaxy A5 (2016)

Design

The Galaxy A5 looks quite similar to the Galaxy S6. However, there are several differences. The Galaxy A5 is slightly larger than the 2015 flagship smartphone. Moreover, it is more gorgeous and premium looking.

Display

The Galaxy A5 has a 5.2-inch Super AMOLED display, which supports full-HD resolution. Its pixel density of 424 ppi is higher than the iPhone 6S. It is incredibly vibrant and offers rich colors. The viewing angles are simply amazing. Overall, it is perfect for all of your multimedia needs. As a result, it gets a great feedback in our Samsung smartphones review.

 Camera

The 13-MP primary camera comes with the OIS option. So, it can capture better photos with a fair amount of details and accurate exposure. More specifically, it is regarded as one of the best smartphone cameras till now in 2016.The 5-MP secondary camera can take great selfies. Both of the shooters can record 1080p videos at 30 fps. For all these reasons, the Galaxy A5 deserves a great feedback in our Samsung smartphones review.

Hardware and Performance

The Galaxy A5 has been packed with the Exynos 7590 chipset and 2 GB RAM. With these components, it manages to score 3688 points in the Geekbench 3 (multicore) test. As a result, it outperforms Nexus 5X (3528 points) and HTC One A9 (3094 points). The device has an internal storage of only 16 GB. But thankfully, it has got a microSD card slot that offers up to 128GB of additional space.

Battery

The Galaxy A5 has a 2,900 mAh battery. It can last up to two days comfortably. Moreover, it scores 4709 points in the Geekbech test, which is better than the 4709 points of the Galaxy S6.

The Verdict

The Galaxy A5 (2016) is a massive improvement from last year’s model. It has become faster, smarter and more powerful. So, you should definitely go for it.

Samsung Smartphones Review - Galaxy A9 (2016)

Samsung Smartphones Review: Galaxy A9 (2016)

Design

The Galaxy A9 comes with the glass exterior. It may attract more fingerprints, but it definitely looks very elegant. All the edges are smoothed out. So, the device is very comfortable to hold. For these reasons, in terms of design, the device gets a positive feedback in our Samsung smartphone reviews.

Display

The Galaxy A9 has a massive 6-inch display. It has the fancy AMOLED panel. It has a resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixels, which results in a pixel density of 367 ppi. It is sufficient for displaying everything crystal clear. At the outdoor, it performs really well.

Camera

The Galaxy A9 has the same primary camera as the Galaxy A5. However, it has an even better 8-MP secondary camera. It can take absolutely stunning selfies. If you are a selfie lover, you will absolutely love it.

Hardware and Performance

The device comes with the Snapdragon 652 processor and 3 GB RAM. In the Geekbench 3 (multicore) test, it scores 4369 points, which is better than not only Nexus 5X and HTC One A9 but also the Galaxy A5. Its Adreno 510 GPU shows a stunning graphics performance. As a result, in terms of performance, the Galaxy A9 gets a great feedback in our Samsung smartphone reviews.

Battery

The Galaxy A9 sports a massive 4000 mAh battery. Despite being heavily used, it can last more than a day and a half. In the benchmark test, it scores 10h 10m, which is even better than the Galaxy Note 5 (9h 11m).

The Verdict

From display and design to hardware and performance, the Galaxy A9 (2016) excels in everything. If you want to have a large screened smartphone, it is definitely the best option for you right at this moment.

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