At the beginning of the year 2015 in addition to the new Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, Samsung also unveiled some of its new smartphones at MWC in Barcelona. The mid-range Samsung Galaxy E7 is more affordable than the version of the Galaxy A7, which appeared earlier. We had a chance to spend a few minutes with the Galaxy E7 and so here are our initial impressions on the device.

 At first when you take this smartphone in your hands, you see an ordinary design of Samsung, which is a paragon for 99% of the phones the company had released over the past few years. However, it is very important to note that this Galaxy has the aluminum unibody, which adds a premium touch to the whole impression the smartphone gives. Rear cover (not removable) has a soft touch to it, and is not generally prone to fingerprints.

This Galaxy E7 version has a 5.5-inch 720p Super AMOLED display, and it is fair to say that display looks quite lively and crisp. and even though it is not crisper than other offers there are today at the market - 267ppi pixel density does not mean a perfect quality - but it should still be enough for an ordinary user.

Inside the device, we have a quad-core Snapdragon processor 410 chipset working at 1.2GHz, which is paired with 2GB of RAM. This hardware configuration is quite self-sufficient, provided that you do not run extensively resource-intensive tasks on it. The software has TouchWiz UI, runs on Android 4.4 KitKat, Lollipop expected. There is also a 16 GB of internal memory. If this is not enough, you can always opt for the MicroSD cards depending on your needs and likings.

To take photos, users get a 13MP rear-view camera and 5-megapixel front camera.

Once again - no multi-plant, but more than enough, considering the status of the middle class of the handset. Provided that you are looking for a mid-range smartphone decently-Spec in from a reputable manufacturer, of course, look at the Galaxy E7.