Now a user can explore mobile photography with Samsung Galaxy A9’s quad-camera smartphone that aims to offer the ultimate photo experience
Samsung launched Samsung Galaxy A9, the world’s first quadruple rear camera smartphone in India today. Priced at Rs. Range starting from Rs. 36,990, the new phone is mainly targeted at mobile photographers. It offers a wide range of options to switch between low light and daylight photography.
Galaxy A9’s highlight is that it has four rear cameras that are of 24 MP, 8 MP 10 MP and 5 MP respectively and a front camera of 24 megapixels. The device comes in two variants, 6GB/128GB and 8GB/128GB that is expandable up to 512GB.
It runs on Android 8.0 operating system and has a display screen of 6.3 inches. A user can select the preferred colour among the available Lemonade Blue, Caviar Black and Bubblegum Pink shades. Galaxy A9 has a face unlocking system like other high-end smartphones. Galaxy A9 sports a 3800 mAh battery that makes it capable of powering longer duration of streaming, chatting and gaming.
Samsung Galaxy A9 will be available on the online and offline platforms from November 28 on a pre-order basis. In India, the premium mid-range phone is set to compete with smartphones in the similar range.