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Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro (2018) camera details leak along with key specifications



The Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro (2018) concept is based on leaks and rumors

Earlier this week, Samsung announced its first triple camera smartphone. But on October 11, the South Korean giant is expected to capture even more by uncovering the Galaxy A9 Pro (2018), which will be both Samsung and the world's first quadruple camera device.

There has been quite speculation Around the individual sensors – Samsung can easily place four small-quality batteries on the backside and reap the market benefits – but today some details have been revealed. From the appearance of things it appears that the company will include a main 24 megapixel camera on the back panel. This will then be connected with an 8 megapixel sensor complete with a super wide-angle lens with 1
20º field of view. Furthermore, and in a rather interesting feature, two zoom cameras with 10 and 5 megapixels, respectively, seem to be included. On a separate note, a 24 megapixel self-image camera will also be present in front.
Compared to other specifications, the smartphone will be equipped with a 6.28 inch full HD + AMOLED display. Under the hood, despite the earlier mention of Snapdragon 710, it seems that Samsung ultimately decided on Snapdragon 660. Probably this will be connected to either 4 GB or 6 GB of RAM and the choice of 64 GB or 128 GB of internal storage. Either way, a 3.720mAh battery will be included, such as Android 8.1 Oreo right out of the box.
As can be seen in the Concept Appendix above, Galaxy A9 Pro is set to adopt a Galaxy A7-like design, albeit with a rear fingerprint scanner. However, the image is still based on rumors, so it is worth waiting for the official confirmation of the day of Samsung's event.

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