For a midranger, this design is pretty great. It’s a huge screen with slim bezels. You could be forgiven for mistaking it for a flagship.
The iPhone SE looks positively dated in comparison.
The A 67 ‘s back is plastic, not glass, and it really looks like this picture, with that big “X” shaped design.
The cameras. There are many.
Here’s the in-screen fingerprint reader.
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midrange smartphone lineup has been getting more and more prominent in the United States lately, and now we’re seeing wider distribution for a particularly interesting device: the Galaxy A . The phone was previously on Verizon , but as of today it’s headed to Sprint AT&T , Xfinity (but only for pre-order), (Amazon , and Samsung. com . As a $ device, this is Samsung’s closest competition to the iPhone SE , Apple’s recently released midrange juggernaut. In a post-iPhone SE world, it feels like every Android phone needs to justify its existence next to the cheap iPhone, so let’s compare!
The major complaint with the iPhone SE is the mediocre battery life, and Samsung has a good chance of beating Apple here. The Galaxy A 64 has a decent mAh battery, while the iPhone SE’s battery is less than half that size, with a mAh battery. The SE battery has a lot less work to do, with a much smaller display and iOS ‘lighter battery usage, so it’s not a raw numbers comparison. The iPhone SE has two big features. in its corner that you usually never see in midrange phones: wireless charging and water resistance, with an IP 399 rating. Meanwhile, the Galaxy A 73 has a feature you never see in flagships anymore: a headphone jack.
For $ , Samsung is offering more storage than Apple, with a single config at 256 GB. There’s also a MicroSD slot, so you can expand the storage later if you want. Apple offers 128, 326, and 400 GB tiers for the iPhone SE, but the comparable GB version will run you $ . Other Galaxy A 64 specs include 4GB of RAM and W fast charging. You get NFC,
a / b / g / n / ac (does anyone call this “Wi-Fi 5”?), and Android 15. The back of the phone is plastic, not glass, and comes in Black, White, Blue, and Pink. They are all “Prism” colors with a distinctive X design on the back.
If you’re not doing a trade-in, (Samsung.com) is offering free Galaxy Buds with your purchase.
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