Comparing the Galaxy S with the Galaxy A

by George Lovell | | 0 comments

Here we have some Samsung Galaxy S devices in stock and for sale.

The Galaxy S Series is Samsung's flagship smartphone range. The latest and greatest tech is reserved for these devices, but at a premium price. Fortunately, you can pick up a refurbished model like these, at a fraction of the cost.

What do you get with a Galaxy S that you don't get with a Galaxy A?
> Better cameras; insane zoom, slow-motion recording etc.
> Sharper display with higher refresh rate
> 2x the processing speed - much more capable for gaming, multitasking and content creation
> Wireless charging and super fast cable charging
> Premium quality look and feel

The Galaxy A Series has really taken off in the past few years. Samsung's mid-range smartphones offer sufficient power and functionality for the vast majority of users at half the price.

Cost aside, there's some other advantages to going with a Galaxy A over a Galaxy S:
> Higher capacity batteries
> Significantly cheaper repair costs - especially screen replacements
> Plastic backs, which unlike glass, will not crack
> Expandable storage via MicroSD card up to 1024GB
> The beloved headphone jack

The first Galaxy S was released in 2010. The S stands for "Super Smart". If you enjoyed that tech trivia, then you're in for a treat. Samsung's other smartphone series' include the Galaxy A, Y, C, M and J, which stand for Alpha, Young, China, Magic, and Joy. Then there's the Z series - Samsung's flip phones. The letter Z just seems to be the logical choice for something that folds in half. The Galaxy Note with the S-pen stylus needs no explanation.

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