Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018) – First Phone With Fully Expandable Memory


Samsung has announced it’s new flagship, the Samsung A7 (2018) which is to feature 3 rear cameras. This is good but not as outstanding as the Nokia phone with 5 rear cameras. The device comes with a 24MP primary lens, coupled with a 5MP lens for depth perception and an 8MP 120-degree ultra-wide-angle lens, which all offers users ability to take some striking images with the phone.

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Samsung didn’t just sitdown to rest after bringing the phone with 3 cameras as this not the only feature the phone comes with because during the lunch, Samsung also announced that the Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018) phone also comes with an  industry-first fully expandable memory solution.


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Meaning Of Fully Expandable Memory


There are a lot of smartphones in the market that allow users expand their storage and just like those other smartphones, the Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018) also have a dedicated microSD card slot which supports cards up to 512GB in size.

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But unlike other Phones that you cannot install all your apps onto the memory card, and therefore you are forced to uninstall and even delete some Apps in order to create a little bit of space. This isn’t changed in the Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018), you can install all your apps directly on the memory card and also allows you to transfer all your content to the external storage.


More Internal Storage For Entry-level Devices

It is a kudos to Samsung for an impressive innovation. The phone comes with a minimum of 64GB of internal storage, which gives users plenty of spaces to install their apps and store their content. Most entry level devices in the market today offers just 16GB of storage which force users to uninstall their applications or delete some content from their device in order to create room for new contents and installation of needed app at that particular time.

Samsung is yet to disclose if the technology will be available to more entry-level devices, but it’s great to see Samsung coming up with innovative solutions to address issues that plague the lower end of the spectrum.


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