Samsung Electronics on Thursday (Oct 11) unveiled its latest smartphone which has fourrear cameras - a first for the company as well as the industry, in a bid to reinvigorate growth in its mobile division.
At the front, the Galaxy A9 2018 handles selfies with a massive 24MP f/2.0 sensor, which also benefits from Samsung's camera features.
The 8 MP camera comes with 120-degree Ultra-Wide angle lens.
Let's start with the snapper specs: the rear array comprises a 24MP f/1.7 aperture lens, a 10MP f/2.4 2x telephoto lens, an 8MP f/2.4 wide-angle lens, and a 5MP f/2.2 lens for depth sensing.
The first-ever smartphone with fourrear cameras is here.
Samsung will make the Galaxy A9 available in three colours; Caviar Black, Lemonade Blue and Bubblegum Pink.
Samsung hasn't really revealed the official price of the Galaxy A9 (2018).
Big tech companies, like Samsung and Apple, have recently come under fire to release lower-priced devices, especially since Apple launched their premium hand-set phone, the iPhone Xs for £999. It has 16 individual lenses which offers 5x optical zoom with 52mp images using the software to take in data from all of the lenses into a single photo.
There's not long to go now before the official unveiling of the Galaxy A9 - what else do you reckon it'll have in store? In terms of storage, the phone will have an internal storage capacity of 128GB, which can be expanded via microSD by an additional 512GB.
The Galaxy A9 and it appears to be an improved version of the Galaxy A8 Star. All of this will be backed by a 3,720mAh battery with support for Qualcomm's Quick Charge2.0 charging technology.
There's another new Samsung Galaxy phone trying to grab your attention and this one comes with a very unique feature.
Samsung has lately been trying to bring some innovation to its Galaxy A series in an effort to up the attractiveness of its mid-range smartphones.
The Samsung Galaxy A9 (2018) features a 6.3-inch S-AMOLED screen that produces Full HD+ resolution of 1080 x 2220 pixels.
The Galaxy A9 will be available in selected markets from November.