3/21/2015

Samsung Data Transfer to Transfer Contacts from Samsung to Samsung Galaxy A3

Part 1: Something about Samsung Galaxy A3
Part 2: The way to transfer contacts from Samsung to Samsung Galaxy A3
Part 3: More related articles




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Something about Samsung Galaxy A3


The main thing to note about the Samsung Galaxy A3 is that it's one of the first widespread phones from the South Korean firm that brings an all metal unibody.
That fact alone should be enough to make a few of you take a look at this hands on review, given this is something we've been begging Samsung for for a very long time.
The Galaxy S5 just didn't match up to the iPhone 6 and HTC One M8 in the design stakes and while the Galaxy Alpha and Note 4 improved things, they still weren't perfect.

So why make the A series, a lower-cost range of phones from Samsung, the first to use such a design outside of South Korea?
The thing is (and I feel almost bad for writing this after demanding that Samsung ups it design language for years) the Samsung Galaxy A3 still doesn't feel that premium. The back metal plate feels hollow and slightly polycarbonate still, so if you're looking to get an early peek at the Samsung Galaxy S6 Mini, this isn't it.

But otherwise, this feels like a solid and well made phone from Samsung, something that sits well next the Alpha (and could really be considered as the Galaxy Alpha Mini) and fills a hole in the supply chain that Samsung didn't fill with the Galaxy S5 Mini.

As for pricing, Carphone Warehouse has now revealed it'll cost £259.99 (around $399, AU$520) for a SIM-free handset or £18.50 a month with no upfront cost in the UK.

It is a similar price to the 64GB version of the OnePlus One that boasts higher specs including a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor clocked at 2.5GHz.

The OnePlus One can be a pain to get a hold of though as you either need an invite to buy the handset or to wait for a Tuesday when the OnePlus website has its weekly flash sale.

The Galaxy A3 however comes with the added benefit you can head to Carphone Warehouse and purchase it whenever you like - if you're in the UK.
We liked

The all metal design is a step in the right direction for Samsung, and the speed and precision with which this phone performed was impressive, given the amount of grunt under the hood.

The screen was bright and sharp too, with me guessing it was 720p rather than the qHD on offer. The cameras look mighty as well, and if you're Samsung fan, TouchWiz is there and unencumbered.
We disliked

While I feel like a hypocrite for suggesting it, the all metal design of the A3 doesn't really screen premium in the way you'd expect it to. It's too light, feels too hollow and doesn't really add much right now.

That said, it's still one of the most beautiful phones Samsung has ever produced.
Early verdict

The Galaxy A3 will sell pretty well thanks to the loyalty fans have for the brand and the lower price point. Some users might which there were a few minor adjustments to improve the phone no end - perhaps that's what will happen with the Samsung Galaxy S6?

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The way to transfer contacts from Samsung to Samsung Galaxy A3

Many people buy a new Samsung galaxy A3 mobile phone,or upgrade Android phone OS to the latest version.However,you need to transfer all contacts from old Samsung galaxy mibile to new Samsung galaxy A3,or backup Samsung galaxy phone’s contacts to computer.Is there any way to copy all contacts from Samsung galaxy to new Samsung galaxy A3 directly? How to backup contacts from Samsung mobile phone to computer? This article teach you a easy way to transfer contacts from old Samsung galaxy to new Samsung galaxy A3/A5 or computer.

Samsung Phone Transfer is a useful Samsung to Samsung transfer tool allows you copy all contacts between one Android phone and another Android phone.What’s more,this mobile phone transfer program also supports you transfer text messages, photo, music, video,ect from Android to Android directly.In additional, if the mobile transfer also can help you transfer data from Android to Symbian Nokia and iOS iPhone,too.It works well with all kinds of popular brand mobile phone,such as HTC, iPhone, Samsung, Nokia, Sony, ect.

Free download the phone to phone transfer and transfer contacts from Samsung mobile to Samsung galaxy A3/A5/A7/S5/S6/S6 Edge on your computer.


            

Use guide to transfer contacts from Samsung to Samsung galaxy A3:

Step 1: Run the Samsung Phone Transfer on computer
You will see the software main interface as below after you run the software


Step 2: Connect two Samsung phones to computer via two USB cables

First of all, please connect your two Samsung phones to a computer via 2 USB cables at the same time. Then your phones will be detected by the Phone Transfer as "Source" and "Destination" respectively, you can just click "Flip" button to change the places of the two phones.



Step 3: Start to transfer Contacts between two Samsung phones

After scan all contents on your Samsung phone, you can see all the content on the software,such as SMS, contacts, photos, videos, music and more. Thus, if you want to only copy Contacts, you should remove the marks before the corresponding items.
At the last step, click "Start Copy". When the transfer is over, you can click "Completed" to end it



Note: Please make sure both two phone are connected with computer during the transfer progress.

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