Samsung has lifted the lid on its first ever quadruple camera smartphone.
The Samsung Galaxy A9 is ostensibly a mid–range device. However, its camera setup is bound to turn heads, especially as all eyes are on the company’s plans for its top–end Galaxy S10, out in the New Year.
The camera includes an eight-megapixel ultra wide lens, a 10-megapixel telephoto lens with 2x optical zoom, a 24-megapixel shooter which acts as the main camera and a five-megapixel depth camera.
On top of all that, the Galaxy A9 also comes with 19 image enhancement modes, designed to tweak photos depending on the subject.
The handset has a hefty 6GB of RAM, 128GB of internal storage and microSD support. The battery clocks in at a more than ample 3,800mAh, which should last upwards of one day. Fast charging is also available.
Disappointingly, the Galaxy A9 ships with last year’s Google Android Oreo, rather than the recently released Android Pie.
Pricing and release details have yet to be confirmed. Samsung is set to deliver final details at a special event later today.