Moving onto the interesting aspect of the Samsung Galaxy A9 (2018), it's the first smartphone in the world to launch with four cameras on the rear side, and only the second smartphone to launch with five cameras on board.
Blass's image includes some info about what each lens is for, although it doesn't go very far to convincing us that more cameras = better photos.
The horizontal camera system has a main 24-megapixel f/1.7 main camera at the top of the alignment, which is the sensor that will be used for generic images and low-light shots.
The Korean company's new A9 device is being aimed at the "Instagram generation", and will go on sale in the United Kingdom in November, starting at £549.
Samsung is clearly trying to re-establish its dominance in the affordable Android smartphone market with its slew of recent launches.
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The prototype's benchmark of Galaxy A9 (2018), has been spotted in the Geekbench database with SM-A9200 model number. Let us take a look at when the Galaxy A9 (2018) launches and how much you will have to fork over for those four rear cameras. Is this practical or just a marketing ploy?
The processor under the hood is an octa-core 2.2GHz chip that is coupled with 6/8GB RAM and 128GB internal storage.
The Galaxy A9 comes with a 24-megapixel main shooter, along with a 10-megapixel telephoto, 8-megapixel wide-angle and a 5-megapixel depth camera, with emphasis on creating excellent depth of field. Although, the Galaxy A9 is more of a hybrid between a flagship and a mid-ranger. The Samsung Galaxy A9 (2018) price starts at Euro 599 (approx Rs. 51,300) and GBP 549 (approx Rs. 53,700).
Don't worry, there is still a front-facing 24mp camera, bringing the total to five.
"As a global leader in the smartphone innovation, we understand the demand for innovation in a world driven by visual communication", DJ Koh, President and CEO of IT and Mobile Communications Division at Samsung Electronics, told reporters here.