Samsung today released the Galaxy A7 2017 in South Korea and is now available for pre-order in the country starting today at 588,500 Korean won, equivalent to 514 US dollars based on current exchange rates.
Samsung has released the Galaxy A7 2017 earlier this year in many countries around the world along with the Galaxy A5 2017 and Galaxy A3 2017, but it should be noted that the South Korean version of the phone Galaxy A7 2017 is different from the global version since it comes pre-bundled with the Bixby PDA, making the Galaxy A7 2017 the first phone in the series of Galaxy A Series phones gets the new PDA from Samsung.
On the launch of the Galaxy A7 2017 in South Korea, the President of the local telecom company SK Telecom said:
We launched the Galaxy A7 2017 because of the growing number of customers who want to take advantage of smart phone features at a reasonable price.
Apart from the Bixby digital assistant, the South Korean version of the Galaxy A7 2017 comes with the same technical specifications available in the world version, which includes a medium-tech specification including the 5.7 “Super AMOLED and Full HD, the 1.8-inch Exynos 7880 GHz, 3GB random memory, 32GB internal memory expandable via external memory MicroSD, front 16 megapixel camera and 16 megapixel backend. In addition, this phone is pre-activated with Android Marshmallow system and includes fingerprint sensor and is designed to resist water and dust and thanks to IP68 certificate.