Anonymous, 04 Feb 2017Do you know that Samsung already has multi-screen support since S3 ?Hmmm, actually he/she IS right. True, Samsung has implemented Multi-window since the S3, but the A3 (2017) doesn't have it in Marshmallow. Here's the review for ya.....
The A3 and A5 should only differ in size/price not in spec. shame on you samsung.
A3 2017 is a waste of time.
The dual SIM is crippled, where SIM 2 is eitehr a memory card or a SIM slot. Samsung did the same with the A3 2016 Dual SIM.
4.7" is great for those who want a smaller phone.
Shame is does n't have Noughat (Android 7) which has split screen to allow running of dual apps.
A 4.7 AMOLED might interest some people but the hardware to price is terrible.
Someone Else, 03 Feb 2017If only Samsung made a high end (or upper midrange) device in the Galaxy A3 (2017) body. It wo... moreYou know they cannot do that...it won't have differences anymore from a3 to a5...you are trying to say to do this like sony did with compact series...but 5.2 is a good size to fit properly into hand