“The world’s first quad camera smartphone”. It does have a ring to it, doesn’t it? Depending on how you tally up the snappers, that statement is true and unquestionably so, if you only consider the rear camera setup. Frankly, we can’t exactly say we are too surprised. It was more or less a matter of time. But, if we had to place some predictions, our money would have definitely been on a more obscure manufacturer finally polling out the quad camera card, rather than Samsung.
Samsung introduce its first smartphone with quadruple primary (rear) camera system — this month that is going to be aggressively priced to take on the leader OnePlus 6T, industry sources said on Monday.
The premium-segment smartphone is likely to come in two variants — 6GB/128GB and 8GB/128GB — both expandable up to 512GB.
The device has vertically stacked four cameras consisting of an 8MP ultra-wide sensor, a 24MP main sensor, a 5MP depth sensor and a 10MP telephoto sensor at the back.
Galaxy A9 will come with larger and wider 6.3-inch Full HD+ Super AMOLED display for immersive viewing experience.
The device is powered by Octa-core Snapdragon 660 and will house an ergonomic design with a 3D glass-curved back.