Samsung Galaxy A9: A Smartphone With Four Cameras

Samsung Galaxy A9

Samsung launch industry first quadruple-camera smartphone

It is a fairly powerful processor and we have seen it powering phones like the Nokia 7 Plus (Review) and the Xiaomi Mi A2 (Review). The South Korean technology juggernaut has been working on flexible displays and other technologies necessary for foldable phones since at least 2012, as suggested by the fact that it started teasing those efforts almost six years ago.

Make sure you take a look at our Samsung Galaxy A9 Review.

The smartphone has standard, telephoto and wide-angle lenses on the back, along with two more selfie cameras. While Samsung still hasn't come up with an exact date for the unveiling yet, they have hinted that this bendable smartphone will be meaningful. No pricing information is available at the moment but I reckon Samsung will price its latest mid-range devices aggressively - maybe even below MYR2,000. Buyers who are willing to wait in order to get their hands on the fully configured flagship phablet, which features 8GB of RAM and 512GB of internal storage, can get one starting from the 26th of October. If they purchase a carrier-branded or unlocked version of the Galaxy Note 9, they will receive a free 32-inch Samsung TV that carries a price of $180 (approximately Rs. 13,263).

Configuration is also dual-band Wi-Fi adapter, Bluetooth 5.0, NFC and USB Type-C. battery Capacity equal to 3800 mAh, supported with quick charge. It also includes an accelerometer, gyro sensor, geomagnetic sensor, and a proximity sensor.

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Samsung's Koh was speaking to CNET, when he offered up the description of the new device, expected to be revealed in November this year at the opening keynote of Samsung's developer conference.

The Samsung Galaxy A9 is now exclusive to the Asian market. Samsung has customised the UI heavily and it is slightly different than stock Android.

Rumors about Galaxy P-series launching in China have been thrown around lately as well as an unknown Galaxy phone codenamed "Phoenix". The way that smartphones are being developed and how cameras are improving is quite incredible. The smartphone which was launched at an event Kuala Lumpur claims to bring top-of-the-line camera capabilities.

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