If you thought three cameras was one too many to have on a smartphone, well, you're going to love Samsung's brand new mid-range Galaxy A9 because it's got four different cameras arranged in a vertical line across the back of the handset. Or perhaps it just wanted to be the world's first four-camera smartphone.
Blass's image includes some info about what each lens is for, although it doesn't go very far to convincing us that more cameras = better photos. The first sensor is an ultra wide sensor with 120-degree field of view, f/2.4 aperture, and 8-megapixel resolution. Let us know in the comments. Do note that you can expand that existing storage up to 512GB via microSD card slot but we are certain that it will take up a single SIM card slot.
The Samsung Galaxy A9 (2018) is a dual SIM (GSM) smartphone that accepts Nano-SIM and Nano-SIM. The primary camera is a 24MP RGB sensor, and it is coupled with a 10MP telephoto camera that is able to provide 2x lossless zoom function for taking images without losing quality. The A9 is also packed to the brim with other interesting features.
It is expected that Samsung will reveal the device at its upcoming Galaxy phone launch event on October 11th (later tonight Australian time), which, according to the invites sent out, did hint and promise "4X fun". From the always-on display and fast charging to the fingerprint sensor, facial recognition, and headphone jack, the phone keeps up with the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus. It can be availed in color gradient options such as Caviar Black, Lemonade Blue and Bubblegum Pink. The Galaxy A9 (2018) starts at €599 in Europe and £549 in the United Kingdom (~$725).
Galaxy A9 will be available in select markets fromNovember.
The story is breaking and will be updated shortly...