Samsung Galaxy A9, World’s First Smartphone With 4 Lens Camera
The smartphone made by Samsung Galaxy is said to have a quad rear camera “Galaxy A9.”
Samsung Galaxy A9 includes a main rear camera with 24MP resolution.
A telephoto lens with 2x optical zoom.
Ultra-wide lens with scene optimization and a depth lens.
DJ Koh told CNBC earlier this year that, the company was planning on including cutting-edge tech in its mid-range Galaxy A line of smartphones.
Samsung said on Thursday that the smartphone would come with inbuilt 128GB of storage and, up to 512GB of expandable memory.
The phone also features its Bixby virtual assistant, Samsung payment service and health fitness tracker. The device will come in three different colours; Lemonade blue, Bubblegum Pink and Caviar Black.
“As a global leader in smartphone innovation, we understand the demand for meaningful innovation in a fast-paced world driven by visual communication,” said DJ Koh (President and chief executive of the IT and mobile communications division at Samsung Electronics).
“Building on our legacy in smartphone camera development we’re introducing next generation technology across our entire Galaxy portfolio, to give more consumers the opportunity to experience cutting-edge innovation.”
The selling point of a four-lens camera is that a photographer can alternate between different lenses. that enable specific features for captions, such as photos taken from a long distance or panoramic shots.
Samsung Galaxy A9 is an upgrade from its A7 previous model, which was the company’s first phone to include rear triple lens camera.
The concept has competitors which include LG and Huawei with triple lens camera on some models of their devices.
It was announced during the release of the Samsung’s high-end Galaxy Note 9, in August 2018 that it’s currently the company’s most expensive phone to date.
Apple iPhone retailing at the cost of $999.99 for a standard version and $1,249.99 for one with additional storage.
Samsung US rival Apple, which unleashed its high-end iPhone models in September 2018. Faced increasing completion from rising Chinese competitors such as Huawei, ZTE and Xiaomi.
We heard from a source that; the firm also released its earnings guidance predicting it would be on track to score record profits in the third quarter. It has struggled due to a slowing global smartphone market and also said in its second-quarter earnings statement, that operating profit for the mobile business dropped 34% from the previous year.
We all can’t wait for this quad camera lens smartphone. “Samsung Galaxy A9” to be out in the market for people who love photography.