Meet theGalaxy A9 2018, the Korean company's most interesting intermediate model with a record number of photo sensors at the rear
It certainly looks like a matter of time after LG introduced us to its V40 ThinQ, which has three rear cameras and five cameras in total, each of which is designed to capture scenes of another kind, but we must admit that we are surprised that סמסונג She's the one taking the first step - Unlocked With four different photo units at the back, and one that belongs technically to the middle market and not to the flagship market.
The Galaxy A9 for 2018 will offer us an elongated 6.3-inch Super AMOLED screen with a resolution of 2,220 × 1,080 pixels, an efficient octa-core Snapdragon 660 chip, dynamic memory of 6GB, internal storage of 128GB, Android Oreo system with interface Samsung Experience and five cameras in total: front-end resolution up to 24 megapixels with f / 2.0 shutter key and four rears, the first of which is a 24 megapixel resolution with f / 1.7 shutter key, and another 10 megapixel resolution for close-up Up to 2 without visible quality loss, third with 8 resolution for a wide angle 120 and last but not least 5 megapixel that will function as a depth sensor to create a nice and accurate Boca effect when required.
The Galaxy A9 offers dimensions similar to those of the Galaxy S9 Plus, with a fingerprint scanner built into the back, chip NFC built-in connectivity Wi-Fi 802.1ac and connectivity Bluetooth 5.0, 3.5 mm headphone jack, 3,800mAh battery with fast 15 charging and three selectable finishes: full black and double shades that combine red and pink or yellow and blue.
The price of all this goodness will not be easy to digest - British £ 550 including the local VAT surcharge, which translates to about NIS 2,630. Slightly cheaper than the other Korean smartphone which boasts five cameras - but still very expensive for a model that does not include chip A leading flag.
Samsung has in fact combined three different schools of dual photo arrays that have become so common in the market into one product, to give users the flexibility and choice - and it seems that the only thing missing here is a fifth sensor that shoots in grayscale, more artistic touch and sharpening of contrast. The other photography units - depending on the technology that the company leads Huawei in the field.
Camera inflation can only be seen as a gimmick, but in combination with Technology Worth recognizing the objects in front of the user and an independent choice of the sensor that will give the best result - you can certainly see real potential for a trend that will undoubtedly become the new hot trend in a short time, especially for less experienced users who do not always express the capabilities and qualities of the sensor A lone one on their own.
Is the future of mobile photography really combined with dozens of sensors with optical arrays and different filters within each product? You are welcome to tell us what you think about the comments.