It's quite disappointing to see that the Samsung Galaxy A7 (2017) comes only in a 32GB storage capacity variation. For a Rs. 28,700 (~$420 USD), I would have expected Samsung to add maybe one more storage variation to the lineup, like a 64GB version at least. That being said, if you compare it to the Galaxy A7 2016 model, you can see that the previous model had 16GB and that's all. So the new 2017 version of the Galaxy A7 is just a more redefined and improved version of its predecessor, so instead of staying with 16GB, Samsung doubled the storage capacity.
If you want a phone with a higher capacity, you should probably check out other Samsung models like the Galaxy S6/S6 edge, Galaxy C9 Pro, Note 5, Galaxy C5 Duos, etc.
I think that 32Gb is kind of limiting, but the good news is that there is a microSD card slot, so you can expand the storage by inserting a high capacity memory card up to 256GB. Anyways, for me it's a disadvantage because of the lack of variation and the limited built-in storage considering the relatively high price of this specific model.