Samsung has announced a new smartphone which the company says is the world's first to feature four rear cameras. As expected, this device has a quad-camera setup at its rear. Upfront, You'll find slightly bigger 6.3-inch full-HD+ (1080×2220 pixels) Infinity Display with an 18.5:9 aspect ratio.
Camera 3 is the en vogue ultra-wide lens that has 8MP, f2.4 and a 120-degree range.
Inside, the Galaxy A9 offers 128GB storage, with room for up to 512GB of extra space with the addition of a microSD card, plus 6GB RAM.
The Galaxy A7 will be available in the Philippines starting October 27 at a suggested retail price of P17,990.
Don't worry, there is still a front-facing 24mp camera, bringing the total to five. The 10 MP camera comes with telephoto lens offering 2x optical zoom. There is also a 24-megapixel sensor on the front of the A9.
The Galaxy A9 will be sold for 599 euros.
If you think this is the phone for you then there's more good news as the A9 lands in your pocket for a very reasonable £549 - £190 less than the Galaxy S9.
Samsung focuses on mid-range, amid talk it's making a phone, that's not the Galaxy S10, with four rear cameras.
Samsung Galaxy A9 sports a 3D glass curved back available in three colour options of "Caviar Black", "Lemonade Blue" and "Bubblegum Pink".
Samsung describes the Galaxy A9 as the world's first "quad-camera" phone. We've reached out to Samsung for clarification.
Well, the Samsung Galaxy A9 has been designed for the "Instagram generation". No word yet on pricing or availability for the U.S. market.
In terms of the rest of the build, there's only a single speaker, but you do at least get a headphone jack (with support for Dolby Atmos) along with USB-C for charging. The Galaxy A9 now takes things up a sensor, but we will have to see whether the four-camera system is actually a game changer and will make to future Galaxy flagship devices as well.