Samsung Galaxy A9 (2018) With Quad-Cameras May Launch in India This Month.

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The days of dual cameras are far gone, recently, we saw Huawei making a debut with the triple rear camera setup and just months later the Galaxy A9 (2018) was on the news tipped to be the first ever smartphone to sport quad-cameras.

The Galaxy A9 was tipped a few weeks ago to be launched in India in November itself. A report from IANS mentioned that the Samsung Galaxy A9 (2018) is more likely to be priced aggressively to compete against the likes of the recently launched OnePlus 6T.

Rumors have been floating around the web for quite some time now regarding the Indian pricing for the Galaxy A9 (2018), the pricing was somewhere near Rs.39,000 ($534), which was cited from a source code obtained from Samsung India official website.

According to the report, the Galaxy A9 (2018) will most probably be launched in two standard variants, 6GB/128GB and 8GB/128GB which is the same variant as all the phones nowadays. Also, both the variants will be expandable up to 512GB via microSD.

Specifications :

The Galaxy A9 (2018) has a weird yet an attractive rear view of the vertically placed quadruple cameras which consists of an 8MP ultra-wide sensor, a 24MP main sensor, a 10MP telephoto sensor, and a 5MP depth sensor. Below the four cameras is a LED flash and to its right is the fingerprint scanner, so one thing is clear that the A9 (2018) won’t be packing in the in-display fingerprint sensor.

The Galaxy A9 (2018) sports a 6.3inch Full HD+ infinity display with an 18:5:9 aspect ratio and a Super AMOLED display. Under the hood, the Galaxy A9 is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 SoC coupled with either 6GB/8GB RAM. The A9 also supports fast charging.

Samsung last month launched the Galaxy A9 (2018) in Malaysia with a pricing of EUR 599 (approx) and GBP 549 (Rs. 53,700). The device has two new color variants. with Bubblegum pink, Lemonade Blue which will be featuring a gradient look whereas the Caviar Black will be plain.

Source: gadgets.ndtv.com, IANS

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