How to Transfer Contacts from iPhone to Samsung Galaxy A7/A5/A3/S6

Part 1: Something about Samsung Galaxy A7/A5/A3/S6
Part 2: The way to transfer contacts from iPhone to Samsung Galaxy A7/A5/A3/S6
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Something about Samsung Galaxy A7

Exclusive: Here are the specs of the Samsung Galaxy A7

The Galaxy A3 and Galaxy A5 might not be easily available for purchase yet, but Samsung announced the two metallic devices a month ago as part of its new Galaxy A lineup of smartphones. However, we’re still waiting for an official word on the Galaxy A7, which will be the most feature-packed device in this new lineup. We’re still not sure when the A7 will be announced, but thanks to our insiders, we now have details on the entire spec sheet of the upcoming device.
(How to Transfer Samsung Contacts to Samsung Galaxy A3/A5)
As previous leaks have revealed, the Galaxy A7 will feature a 5.5-inch display with 1080p resolution – it seems all markets will get the Full HD variant, unlike what we were told in the past. Powering that 5.5-inch display will be an Exynos 5433 chipset; that’s the same chip that powers the Galaxy Note 4, the most high-end Samsung device available in the market at the moment. Some folks will likely wonder why Samsung is using its best SoC in a non-flagship device like the A7, but according to our information, this is indeed true and will mean the Galaxy A7 won’t be as cheap as the Galaxy A3 or A5.

The Exynos 5433 will be clocked at 1.8GHz for the high power Cortex-A57 cores, and at 1.3GHz for the Cortex-A53 cores that will take care of general tasks. We’re unsure what the presence of the 5433 means for the rumored Snapdragon 615-powered variant – the Snapdragon 615 isn’t a high-end chipset, which means the variant powered by this chip would be at a disadvantage when it comes to performance. It’s possible Samsung will only use the Exynos 5433 for the A7, since the 5433 sports LTE connectivity, a feature that has usually prompted Samsung to use Qualcomm’s Snapdragon SoCs.


The way to transfer contacts from iPhone to Samsung Galaxy A7/A5/A3/S6

Why is transferring contacts from an old smartphone to a new one still insanely difficult? I can check my bank account, upload a picture to Instagram, email someone across the globe, and check the weather forecast on my phone—all in under five minutes.

So why does transferring contacts from an iPhone 5 over to a Samsung Galaxy Note 2 feel like it takes hours?

The biggest event of this month in mobile industry was the new arrival of Samsung’s flagship smartphone Galaxy A7. News reports and testing reviews start to pump in on all major online publications. A portion of ordinary users like me is convinced to buy the new device because of its revolution technology and Touchwiz interface. However, switching from iPhone to Samsung powered device is not easy as imagined. They are totally different kind of devices and have different ways to do things.

How to transfer contacts from iPhone 6/6 Plus/5s/5c/5/4S/4 to Samsung Galaxy A7/A5/A3/Note 3/Note 2/S6/S5/S4/S3? Many people need to copy the valuable info to a new phone. Then they search on the internet, but find nothing. So, is there even a way to save data directly on a different phone which is based on a different OS? The answer is yes. All you need are two USB cables, a computer and this software Mobile Transfer.

Supported devices by the software: iPhone 3/3GS/4/4S/5/5C/5S, Samsung Galaxy S/Note /Ace/GT /Trend/Start/series

Note: iTunes is required. Moreover, you should log in your account on iPhone first to sync those contacts info to the phone, so that they can be transferred.

Step 1. Launch iPhone to Android Transfer
Download the program first and have it opened on your computer. Choose "Phone to Phone Transfer".

Step 2. Connect iPhone and Galaxy to PC and Choose File Types

Plug iPhone and Galaxy in via USB cables. Then the phones will be automatically detected. As you can see below, iPhone is on the left, standing for source phone; while Samsung is on the right for destination phone. If you want to shift the two, just click Flip. And then you are allowed to select which kind of data to be copied. Tick contacts only if you want to transfer them.

Note: To delete all files on your Samsung, tap "Clear data before copy".

Step 3:Start Transferring Contacts from iPhone to Samsung Galaxy A7/A5/A3/S6

Select the items you are preparing to transfer and click Start Copy button to start the transferring process. It should be done in a few minutes, depending on how many contacts and messages stored on the iPhone. Besides contacts and text messages, photos/music/videos transfer is also supported by the program.



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  1. Cross platform transfer is always difficult, especially to transfer content from itunes to Android , this solution makes the life easy.

  2. How to Transfer Contacts from iPhone to Samsung Galaxy A7/A5/A3/S6? The easiest way is using iPhone to Samsung Transfer tool. Frist connect iPhone and Samsung to computer via usb cables, open the tool. All data including contacts will be scanned out and displayed on program window. Then we can easily choose what we want to transfer.