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Shortly after their world premieres, the latest models in the Galaxy family, A3 and A5, have been officially presented on the Serbian market.

Inspired by Samsung’s premium devices, the models of the A series adhere to the highest standards in the mobile industry and will be on sale in Serbia as of 3rd February.

“This year’s ‘A’ series delivers advanced Galaxy performances and represents a fusion of premium features and an improved design,” said Milan Vujović, director of marketing for the Adriatic region at Samsung. “This is another step forward when it comes to Galaxy products. The top features of the phone, which have to date exclusively characterised the Galaxy S series, will now be available to a larger number of users.”

The new Samsung models include some of the most loved functions of the premium S series models. The A3 and A5 offer, for the first time, water and dust resistance, as well as the ‘Always on’ screen function that enables users to check notices at any time without needing to additional switch on their screen. With a screen diagonal of 5.2 inches for the A5 or 4.7 inches for the A3, the Galaxy A series features a metal frame and a 3D glass back and is available in four colours.

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