The Samsung Galaxy A5 may well be a better option than the Samsung Galaxy S5. Here is a brief comparison of the two phones.
The S5 has the following dimensions: 5.59 inches x 2.85 inches x 0.32 inches. Its weight is just one hundred and forty-five grams.
When you compare these dimensions with those of the A5 you will find that it is slightly smaller in length and height and its thickness is also less than that of the S5. The Samsung A5 also weighs less than the S5 with a total weight of just one hundred and twenty-three grams.
Bigger is better
These figures matter because most consumers these days are looking for bigger phones. If you want to impress others with your phone then you will do well to choose the S5 because it happens to be a bit bigger than the A5. At the same time, you need to figure in the fact that it is also heavier than the A5. The deciding factors when it comes to comparing the S5 with the A5 is that it is better at resisting water and dust and it also happens to have IP67 certification.
The second factor that you want to look at when comparing the Samsung Galaxy S5 with the Samsung Galaxy A5 is the screen the S5 has a screen that is all of 5.1 inches big and it produces resolution of 1080×10920 and its pixel density is 432 ppi.
The A5 has a slightly smaller sized screen. Its screen only measures 5 inches but the difference is too little to make you want to choose one over the other. The A5 also produces resolution that is less than that of the S5 and in fact its screen resolution is only 720×10280 with a pixel density of 294 ppi.
However, the A5 does have a light and proximity sensor. This may be negated by the fact that the S5 has a scratch-resistant glass which means that you will not need to worry about damaging the screen glass on your S5. The same feature is missing in the A5 and hence the Samsung Galaxy S5 is a better option than the A5.
The Samsung Galaxy A5 has a rear camera with 13 megapixels. It also is equipped with a camera in the front and this camera boasts of 5 megapixels resolution. The A5 also has a camcorder, which comes with video calling.
The S5 however does have a better rear camera, which boasts of resolutions of 16 megapixels, and the A5 is also better than the S5 on the front camera as the A5 front camera only boasts of 2.1 megapixels resolution. So, if you are a selfie addict, then you will do well to chose the A5.
The Samsung Galaxy S5 is run by a superior processor which is not only a quad core processor but it clocks in at 2500 MHz the A5 on the other hand is run by a similar quad core processor which clocks in at 1200 MHz so, when it comes to comparing the system chip as well as processor, the S5 wins the battle.
Overall, the Samsung Galaxy A5 is the new kid on the block but in spite of being that the Samsung Galaxy A5 wins the battle of specifications. Both have the same form factor (Candybar) and both are powered by Android OS v.4.4.2 (kitkat). The S5 has an Adreno 330 GPU and both have 2GB of RAM. The display of both models is a super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen and both produce 16m colors.