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Samsung Galaxy A5 (2017) fails at video stabilization: comparison vs Galaxy S7

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The new Galaxy A series - the mid-range family of Samsung phones, sitting right between the expensive and flashy Galaxy S and Galaxy Note on one hand, and the super cheap Galaxy J series on the other - brings phones that have the style and build quality of a flagship, but also come with a few important compromises.
We have just reviewed the Galaxy A5 (2017), a 5.2-inch phone with a stylish curved glass back, a metal frame, Samsung's newest Grace user interface, and even water-resistance, but we have found that it comes with one critical flaw: it records terrible video.
It not only lacks a 4K video recording option, something that most devices in its price range and even cheaper have, but more troublesome: it has an apparent complete lack of any form of video stabilization.
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