Along with all of these smartphone snappers Samsung has also included some clever software to help users make the a lot of them.
The company is aiming to do one better with the Galaxy A9, the world's first quad camera phone.
The cameras are also aligned on the left side of the phone, similar to that of the new Apple iPhone iPhone XS - but definitely much bigger.
To recap, this smartphone features a 6-inch Super AMOLED display pushing a Full HD+ resolution of 2220×1080 pixels. Needless to say, the Galaxy A9 impresses quite a lot in the specifications and features department, so Samsung is actually staying true to its word that the Korean giant will incorporate high-end features on its mid-range lineup. And the phone has a 3,800mAh battery. The Infinity Display design allows the notch-free screen of the Galaxy A9 to deliver an aspect ratio of 18.5:9. Lastly, on the front of the phone, there is a selfie camera: 24MP, f/2.0.
Performance-wise, the A9 model featured in the Geekbench tests managed to score 1609 points in single-core mode and 5844 in multi-core mode, results that are in-line with other handhelds powered by the Snapdragon 660 SoC.
The new Galaxy A9 reflects Samsung's focus on offering unique and challenging mid-range smartphones to take on the competition.
The Galaxy A7 meanwhile features a 8MP 120 degree ultra wide lens, a 24MP lens, and a depth lens. Below that, a 2x optical zoom-enabled telephoto camera will enable users to get closer to their subjects.
The company recently launched the Galaxy A7 in the country at Rs 23,990. It comes with 6/8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, expandable with microSD cards with up to 512GB of space. Buyers will be able to choose from color options include Caviar Black, Lemonade Blue, and Bubblegum Pink.