Samsung Explains How Galaxy A9’s Four Cameras Work [Video]

Samsung has recently rolled out a new video displaying how its mid-range Galaxy A9 2018’s rear camera system works. The company posted this video on its official YouTube channel a day ago explain the smartphone’s camera sensors and what they do.

Notably, Samsung is the first company to introduce four rear cameras in a smartphone, and that too in a mid-ranger like the Galaxy A9. As per the details, the device includes a 10MP telephoto lens, a 24MP main lens, a 5MP lens for depth, and an 8MP ultra wide-angle lens.

The 8 MP ultra-wide-angle lens lets the A9 capture a 120-degree field of view. It means more coverage in the same shot than the traditional camera sensors.

The 10MP telephoto lens in the Galaxy A9 2018 enables 2x optical zoom, letting you capture images without losing important details.


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Moreover, the 24 MP main lens ensures improved quality of photos by automatically adjusting to the environment i.e. lighting and the scene. It ensures better quality of an image without zooming, without background defocusing, and without a wider scene as the other 3 cameras do that for the A9.

The fourth camera sensor, the 5MP one, helps capture depth of field. This sensor, coupled with Samsung’s Live Focus feature, allows you to manually adjust background blur or bokeh effects.

The video also details the other specs of Samsung Galaxy A9 along with mentioning Bixby, the virtual assistant.

Samsung hasn’t announced any date for the smartphone’s release yet. However, it hinted that it would enter the markets around mid-November.

As for the price of Galaxy A9, despite being a mid-range smartphone, its starting price in Europe is 599 euros while it is 549 pounds in the UK. Also, two different models will be launched, one with 8 GB RAM and the other with 6 GB. All other specifications will remain the same, however the different RAM variants will be available in different regions.

Via Android Authority



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