Two months ago
Samsung launched the Galaxy A3, Galaxy A5 and Galaxy A7 (2016), sequels to its Galaxy A series, and the handsets were released only in China initially but it was confirmed that they will be released in other markets as well gradually. The new Galaxy A handsets provide a respectable package of powerful hardware, premium features like a fingerprint sensor and optical image stabilization as well as a glass and metal build that lends an overall premium look and feel to the handsets. Interested folks based in the United Kingdom will now be delighted to know that the pricing of these handsets for their country has finally been confirmed.
The Galaxy A3, Galaxy A5 and Galaxy A7 (2016)
can now be pre-ordered at retailer MobileFun in the United Kingdom, prices start at £269 for the Galaxy A3 (2016), £319 for the Galaxy A5 (2016) and £399 for the Galaxy A7 (2016). These prices are for SIM-free and unlocked units, they’re obviously not carrier-subsidized handsets, so customers will need to pay upfront to get any one of the new Galaxy A series handsets.