As the world is still receiving Samsung’s latest innovation (Samsung’s first smartphone with triple rear shooters), another Samsung stunner is also in the works – Samsung’s first smartphone with quad rear cameras.
The phone will be named the Samsung Galaxy A9 Star Pro, the advanced version of Samsung Galaxy A8 Star. Once launched, the phone will undoubtedly take the status as the world’s first smartphone with quad rear cameras. The launch date of the date is rumoured to be October 11, when Samsung will be holding a major event.
The cameras at the rear of the smartphone will consist 24MP camera with f/1.7 aperture and PDAF, 8MP sensor with ultra-wide 120-degree lens, 10MP telephoto camera as well as another telephoto lens of 5MP quality. From image renders, the cameras are positioned vertically on the top left region of the phone’s back.
Unlike the Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018), the fingerprint scanner is expected to appear at the rear while the Samsung logo comes underneath it. Another 24MP single camera with f/2.0 aperture will most likely handle selfies on the device from the front region.
Added to this, the phone will don a 6.28-inch Super AMOLED touchscreen with 1080 x 2220 pixels and 18.5:9 aspect ratio as its display. Even more, there’ll be a massive 3,720mAh battery to provide the powering of the smartphone. AI Chipset, Snapdragon 660 SoC will sit at the chip region of the device. It will be accompanied by a 4GB RAM.
Additional features likely to make it out with the phone are: Dual SIM Dual VoLTE, Type-C 1.0, Bluetooth 5.0, 64GB internal memory, MicroSD card support (SIM 2 slot), Android Oreo OS, Samsung Pay and 4G LTE support.
Recently, Samsung launched its first ever triple camera smartphone called the Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018). The phone comes second to the amazing Huawei P20 Pro that takes the spot as the world’s first triple camera smartphone.
The Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018) had 24MP, 8MP and 5MP shooters in its rear region. It also has a side-mounted fingerprint scanner as well as 6GB RAM and Gorilla Glass protection both at the front and the back.