The A9 joins Samsung’s existing line-up of mid-range phones, one that includes the A7 – a device that features three rear cameras – which was unveiled last month. Samsung also confirmed the cameras on the A9 (2018) uses pixel binning technology in low-light conditions which will result in better performance. In a time where it’s common for smartphones to have at least two cameras on the back, Samsung is going all out, with four. For $725, that’s quite a good feature list, especially if the camera matches up to Samsung flagship standards! The display size measures in at 6.3 inches diagonally, so it is larger than the Galaxy S9+ Plus and only a fraction smaller than the Galaxy Note 9.
Under the hood sits an octa-core chip offering top speeds of 2.2GHz and 1.8GHz to take care of less demanding tasks.
The phone comes 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, or 8GB of RAM with 128GB of storage. The handsets are powered by Samsung’s own Exynos 9810 processor and run Android 8. Galaxy A9 will be available in select markets fromNovember. Consumers will be able to choose from three color options including Caviar Black, Lemonade Blue, and Bubblegum Pink.
Samsung Electronics announced on Thursday the all-new Galaxy A9, a smartphone built for those who love to explore, capture the moment and share it as they see it. The Galaxy A9 will be yours for 599 euros.
Disclosure: The writer is in Malaysia for the Galaxy A9 launch event on Samsung’s invite.
All in all, the camera hardware on the A9 (2018) is impressive. After letting slip about the Note 9 before it launched, he has now also revealed some details about Samsung’s highly anticipated foldable phone – which is on track for being a world-first. What separates it from other devices in its class is the camera arrangement.
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