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The history of mobile phones covers mobile communication devices that connect wirelessly to the public switched telephone network.

While the transmission of speech by radio has a long history, the first models that were wireless, mobile, and also capable of connecting to the standard telephone network are much more recent. The first such devices were barely portable compared to today's compact hand-held devices, and their use was clumsy.

Along with the process of developing a more portable technology, and a better interconnections system, drastic changes have taken place in both the networking of wireless communication and the prevalence of its use, with smartphones becoming common globally and a growing proportion ofInternet access now done via mobile broadband.

The Galaxy A7 (2017) and Galaxy A5 (2017) are IP68 certified
The phones also support Samsung Pay and S Bike mode
The A7 is priced at Rs. 30,900 while the A5 is priced at Rs. 26,900

Samsung’s Galaxy A series is positioned as the next best thing to the flagship Galaxy S series. The idea here is to provide an almost top-level experience, which encompasses the feel of the device, features, and of course performance, but at a price that more people can stomach. So far, the company has done a good job of maintaining this balance, and now, it’s time to take the 2017 editions of theGalaxy A7 and Galaxy A5 for a spin.

These new smartphones went on salein India back in March, and based on our initial encounter with them, they seemed like they could be serious contenders in the mid-range smartphone space. Priced at Rs. 30,900 and Rs. 26,900 for the Galaxy A7 (2017) and the Galaxy A5 (2017) respectively, the two go up against theMoto Z2 Play (Review), OnePlus 5 (Review), Honor 8 Pro (Review) and Samsung's own Galaxy C7 Pro (Review). Let's see how they stack up.

Samsung Galaxy A7 (2017) and Galaxy A5 (2017) design

The two new smartphones are virtually identical in terms of design and features. For the extra Rs. 4,000 for the Galaxy A7 (2017), you get a bigger display and a larger battery. For the sake of simplicity, all our analysis in this review applies to both model, unless stated otherwise.

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