Samsung Galaxy A9 First Look : 4 Camera Secret

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In its 'Galaxy Unpicked' launch event in Kuala Lumpur, Samsung unveiled the Samsung Galaxy A9, also called 'World's First Quad Camera Smartphone'. With the back four different cameras, Samsung has introduced premium features in the Galaxy A9. The phone is rotated in 3D glass with its flagship Galaxy S9 and Samsung's Infinity Display with a 18.5: 9 aspect ratio.

Samsung Galaxy A9

Samsung Galaxy A9: Big 4 Camera Setup

Quad-camera setup on the back includes ultra-wide, telephoto, primary lens and depth sensor in vertical alliance mode. This setup includes a 24 megapixel F / 1.7 main camera, which includes a 10-megapixel F / 2.4 telephoto lens for 2x optical zoom, 8-megapixel 120-degree ultra wide-angle lens and a fourth 5-megapixel F / Live Focus 2.2-depth camera .

I tried the camera inside the camera with the status of decent light, and it appeared to show details in the image. The 120 degree ultra wide-angle lens helps you to get bigger than larger group shots. Samsung also performed the feature on the forum. You will be able to fit large scenarios or more numbers with only one tap in the camera interface.

The front self-camera is a 24-megapixel sensor. It also takes detailed selfie with good exposure. Additional selfies features such as Bokay mode are also present for the surroundings. Samsung has not yet announced the price and availability of the Galaxy A9, and if the South Korean giant segment is correct, then we think people will have a great camera.

Samsung Galaxy A9: Design and Manufacturing

The phone has a great design and premium feel. Samsung Galaxy A9 is borrowed from 3D curved glass flagship smartphone. While appearing can be subjective for some, quality looks very good. Upfront, you will get a slightly larger 6.3-inch Full-HD + (1080 × 2220 pixels) Infinity display with a 18.5: 9 aspect ratio. The display panel is a super AMOLED panel, and it provides good color with dark black color.

Despite having a long demonstration, the Galaxy A9 still holds well in the hands. The front and rear glass is quite slippery and attracts the mist very easily. Power buttons and volume rocker keys are respectively left and right, and they provide good touch feedback.

Samsung Galaxy A9 colors are great for viewing. Consumers will be able to choose between three color options including caviar black, lemonade blue, and bubblegum pink. Samsung has not said whether all three will bring it to India or not.

Samsung Galaxy A9: Performance and Features at Glance

As far as the internal specifications are concerned, Samsung Galaxy A9 (2018) 2.2 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 SOC packs, which is connected with 6 GB or 8 GB RAM depending on the market. This Samsung experience comes with the brightness Android 9 8.0 on top with the UI. We found the performance to be satisfactory, though it would be too early for a decision.

Samsung has been generous with onboard storage. The Galaxy A912 comes with 128 GB built-in flash storage. If you want to move it forward, there is a provision of 512 GB MicroSD card expansion option on offer.

Samsung includes the back fingerprint sensor, and it is quite unclear. In addition, security is included in Face Unlock, which is standard in the new age smartphone. I could not test Face Unlock during my limited time with the device, but there is a quality of delivery in a series of Samsung phones, so we do not expect to be wrong there.

Finally, the Galaxy A9 packs 3,800 mAh battery with support for fast charging. It includes 3.5mm audio jack and down-firing speaker grill with a USB Type-C port at the bottom edge of the screen.

Samsung Galaxy A9: Final Thoughts

Samsung Galaxy A9 is a well-polished smartphone in Samsung's mid-range devices portfolio. Build quality is highest and I really liked its overall premium experience. The four-camera highlights are the first kind of smartphone technology. While the camera impressed me in limited time of testing, it is a kind of decision that I will be reserved till the final review of the phone. So far, pricing is unknown and considering that Snapdragon 660 SOC is in it, I think it may be a little more valuable than the Galaxy A7 when it launches in India next month.

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