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Samsung Galaxy A7 (2017) prices in Singapore

Enjoy the Samsung Galaxy A7 (2017)! A mid-ranged smartphone that’s high end in all but name, the Samsung Galaxy A7 (2017) is the phone you’re looking for if you’re a fan of Samsung. Read more about it here.

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Lowest Price: S$ 373.20
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Samsung Galaxy A7 (2017) Price by Country

CountryPrice
Hong Kong HKD 2,154
Indonesia IDR 5,425,000
Malaysia MYR 1,126
Philippines PHP 18,815
Singapore SGD 373
Thailand THB 9,700
Vietnam VND 6,300,000

Samsung Galaxy A7 (2017) Singapore – The Affordable Smartphone for You

With an incredibly simple design that still manages to be the epitome of style, the A7 is minimalistic in the best of ways, and communicates its elegance despite its straightforward design. A plus-sized phone in a world of plus-sized phones, the A7’s 5.7-inch display is perfect for viewing videos and scrolling through your Facebook feed, especially with its highly resistant rear 3D glass, and protected from the elements with IP68, making it dust and water resistant. Take the Samsung Galaxy A7 (2017) with you everywhere without worry.

Under the Hood

Play demanding games and use multiple apps with ease thanks to its powerful 1.9GHz octa-core Exynos 7870 processor and 3GB of RAM. Never worry about running into memory problems as the A7 comes with 32GBs of internal storage that’s expandable up to 256GB with an external microSD drive. Adding in the Samsung Clouds 15 GB of free storage, the A7 lets you keep all your valuable information right where you need it, when you need it.

High-Quality Pictures

Take as many pictures as you want in gratifyingly high quality with the Samsung Galaxy A7 (2017), a camera that speaks for itself with a 16-megapixeled rear camera, as well as, a 16-megapixeled front camera. Paired with f1.9 in both the front and back camera, whatever pictures taken with the A7 will look sharp and blur-free, thanks to its fast-capturing Auto Focus feature. Have fun taking as many pictures as you want with the Samsung Galaxy A7 (2017), and capture memorable moments whenever you want.

Save Time with the Samsung Galaxy A7 (2017)

Samsung Pay – Equipped for those that are always in a rush, the A7 is installed with the newest in cashless payment methods, Samsung Pay. Pay for your groceries, coffee, even your new Samsung television with a single tap that works almost everywhere.

Reversible Plug – Having problems when charging your smartphone? Always confused over which side of the USB to use? The USB Type-C cable will work no matter what side of the USB you plug-in, letting you save a few precious seconds with the A7’s reversible plug orientation.

Incredible Battery Life

Use your smartphone for as long as you want thanks to the Samsung Galaxy A7s 3600mAh non-removable battery, more than enough for day to day use without having to worry about toting around a power bank.

Samsung Galaxy A7 (2017) Expert Reviews

gadgets.ndtv.com
Reviewed on 2017-07-26
Good, IP68 rated, Very good build, Samsung Pay support, Functional UI, Good, Ergonomic size, good build, IP86 rating, Samsung Pay support, Functional UIAutofocus is slow, struggles in macros, Weak speaker for media playback
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...
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gadgetsnow.com
Reviewed on 2017-06-30
Brilliant Super AMOLED display, Adaptive Fast Charging, IP68 Water and dust resistance
After the Galaxy Note 7 fiasco, Samsung has been really careful about their next smartphone launches. The upgraded A7 (2017) has a couple of new features that its predecessor lacked. In addition, the company recently refreshed the C-series by launching th...
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techent.tv
Reviewed on 2017-05-10
Smoother, cleaner, brand new Grace UX, Premium build quality, design, and feel, Long-lasting, large battery, 16-Megapixel front and back cameras, Dual-SIM, Dedicated MicroSD slot up to 256GB, 5.7-inch Full HD Super AMOLED, USB Type-C fast charge, IP68 dus...Near-premium pricing for mid-range device, Non-removable battery, Slightly thicker than competitors, Odd speaker placement (side of body), USB Type-C not yet mainstream, Odd colour choices to some, Large screen may be slightly unwieldy, Lack of haptic fee...
Samsung expands its market dominating line up of devices with their latest mid-range device for the year 2017. When we say expand, it is more like they updated their mid-range series of devices. It is also the first of many devices that have been launched...
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liveatpc.com
Reviewed on 2017-05-01
Bring It for A Swim The A Series finally comes with the certified IP68 rating, granting it immunity towards water and dust. Although this doesn't apply to its predecessors, the Galaxy A7 can be submerged for up to 30 minutes and up to 1.5 meters of water...
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technave.com
Reviewed on 2017-04-18
Thanks to Samsung Malaysia we recently went #A2017LiveUnplanned with the Samsung Galaxy A7 2017, for a family vacation at Lexis Hibiscus in Port Dickson, Malaysia. Recording duties were of course given entirely to the Galaxy A7 2017 with its 16MP front a...
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91mobiles.com
Reviewed on 2017-04-11
Great display, Good design, Great battery life, Good cameras, Samsung Pay SupportPrice could have been lower, No Nougat, No OIS support for the rear camera, Photos by Raj Rout
While the entire world is drooling over the recently launched Samsung Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy S8+ flagship smartphones, let me remind you that the Chaebol had also introduced upgrades to its Galaxy A series earlier this year; the Galaxy A5 (2017) and Gal...
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91mobiles.com
Reviewed on 2017-04-11
Great display, Good design, Great battery life, Good cameras, Samsung Pay SupportPrice could have been lower, No Nougat, No OIS support for the rear camera, Photos by Raj Rout
While the entire world is drooling over the recently launched Samsung Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy S8+ flagship smartphones, let me remind you that the Chaebol had also introduced upgrades to its Galaxy A series earlier this year; the Galaxy A5 (2017) and Gal...
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thestar.com.my
Reviewed on 2017-04-03
Sleek design, good front and back cameras, user friendly, supports Samsung PaySlippery without phone casing
FOR someone who is right-handed, the Samsung Galaxy A7 (2017) doesn't feel out of place on my left palm. With a metal frame design and glass back, the A7 has pronounced curves, giving the ­smartphone a perfectly smooth texture and, of course, a nice grip...
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techguide.com.au
Reviewed on 2017-04-03
Sleek design, glossy finish, water resistant, expandable memory, good front and rear camera, excellent batteryRunning older Android 6.0, rear panel is a fingerprint magnet, fingerprint reader could be faster
The mid-range smartphone market just got a little more crowded with the release of the Samsung Galaxy A7 – a device that inherited a lot of top-line features from earlier flagship Galaxy phones.Samsung didn't announce a smartphone at the recent Mobile Wor...
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digit.in
Reviewed on 2017-04-03
Great premium design, Great battery lifeSub-par performance
Taking a phone out with me on a trip has often proven to be the best way to test its dependability. While our regular lab tests do apply, the Samsung Galaxy A7 was my primary device on a recent trip to Kolkata. Samsung's premium phones recently have all p...
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techent.tv
Reviewed on 2017-03-31
Smoother, cleaner, brand new Grace UX, Premium build quality, design, and feel, Long-lasting, large battery, 16-Megapixel front and back cameras, Dual-SIM, Dedicated MicroSD slot up to 256GB, 5.7-inch Full HD Super AMOLED, USB Type-C fast charge, IP68 dus...Near-premium pricing for mid-range device, Non-removable battery, Slightly thicker than competitors, Odd speaker placement (side of body), USB Type-C not yet mainstream, Odd colour choices to some, Large screen may be slightly unwieldy, Lack of haptic fee...
Be the first to leave a review.Write your reviewSamsung has been at the forefront of mobile technology thus far; in terms of both sales and the sort of technology you though can be put into a mobile device. As the world's largest smartphone manufacturer t...
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wccftech.com
Reviewed on 2017-03-26
Exception build quality (glass and metal build, just like Samsung's flagships), Great battery life, IP68 waterresistance is a plus, Hyperfast and accurate fingerprint reader, Crisp display, Flexible expandability (2 SIM cards and storage card up to 256GB)...Nonremovable battery, Glass and metal body, but does not support wireless charging, Poor camera performance (in lowlight), A smudge and fingerprint magnet that requires constant cleaning, Small speaker grill does not deliver stellar audio quality, $399.99...
With flagship smartphones getting better to the point where you actually have to nitpick the things they lack in order to show that they don't feature the element of perfection, mid-range devices have been getting treated in the same manner. For some time...
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gsmarena.com
Reviewed on 2017-03-22
A Samsung for every taste - that seems to be the main mantra of the Korean giant as of late, as evident by its sprawling and ever-expanding smartphone lineup. We guess it's always good to have more options, but we just can't shake the feeling that some of...
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futurefive.co.nz
Reviewed on 2017-03-21
Samsung's latest Galaxy A series might just smooth what has been something of a bumpy path for the global giant. This month the company launched the A3, A5 and A7 in New Zealand. We take a hands-on look at the Galaxy A7, Samsung's highest-specced and high...
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CNET.co.uk
Reviewed on 2017-03-16
The A7 looks just like the Galaxy S7 and has a 22-hour battery life. NFC means you can use Android PayThe phone is a fingerprint magnet and accidental palm presses make it hard to use one-handed. It also runs Android 6.0 Marshmallow, which is. old
It looks like the Samsung Galaxy S7, feels like the Samsung Galaxy S7, but isn't actually the S7. No it's the 2017 version of Samsung's midrange series, and it's a pretty good-looking phone at that. While it's no OnePlus 3T, the current king of the midr...
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cnet.com.au
Reviewed on 2017-03-16
The A7 looks just like the Galaxy S7 and has a 22-hour battery life. NFC means you can use Android PayThe phone is a fingerprint magnet and accidental palm presses make it hard to use one-handed. It also runs Android 6.0 Marshmallow, which is. old
It looks like the Samsung Galaxy S7, feels like the Samsung Galaxy S7, but isn't actually the S7. No it's the 2017 version of Samsung's midrange series, and it's a pretty good-looking phone at that. While it's no OnePlus 3T, the current king of the midran...
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techarp.com
Reviewed on 2017-03-15
We covered the 2017 Samsung Galaxy A7 quite extensively after its launch, with a look at its new IP68 capability and the 7 upgrades since the 2016 model. But there is nothing like a full review, and that's what we are proud to share with you today – our...
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phonearena.com
Reviewed on 2017-03-10
Excellent battery life, Good call quality, No need to restart and choose between a SIM/microSD card in the Duo version, Polished, functional interface, Watertight chassisSoft pictures, Shaky video, No 4K recording, Big and fragile glass chassis, Color temperature shifts when tilting the display
Samsung released a pretty strong entrance in the mid-range Android segment with the waterproof 2017 A-series trio, and now we have the largest of them all – Galaxy A7 – to check out on. It shares specs with the A5, which we already reviewed – 14nm Exyno...
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whistleout.com.au
Reviewed on 2017-03-10
Killer battery life, Lovely Full-HD display, Decent cameraFingerprint scanner less accurate than expected, Design is elegant, but dull, Quite expensive
Outright Cost: $799Talk about middle child syndrome. The Samsung A5 and A7 are sort of like Galaxy S7 handsets, with most of what makes the Galaxy S range great, and a price tag that pushes the boundaries of what we consider 'mid-range'.The problem with S...
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themobileindian.com
Reviewed on 2017-03-07
Both the devices are essentially the same devices except the screen size and battery capacity. We had the chance to use both the devices for a brief period of time and here are our thoughts.Samsung finally unveiled the Galaxy A5 (2017) and Galaxy A7 (2017...
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