Galaxy A9 (2018) introduction video shows off its four rear cameras in style

At the official unveiling of the Galaxy A9 (2018), we were able to snap a scene with all of the phone’s four rear cameras to show you the kind of difference each lens makes. Samsung is now offering a similar glance at the rear cameras in action in a stylish introduction video. And while the video will have simulated images, it’s still a nice way to show consumers the purpose of putting four rear cameras on a single phone.

Each Galaxy A9 (2018) rear camera serves a purpose

Samsung released a similar commercial video a couple of weeks back, but the introduction video adds the phone’s camera interface to the mix for a more closer-to-real-life demo. The Galaxy A9 (2018) comes with a 24-megapixel primary rear camera that’s accompanied by a 5-megapixel sensor for depth-of-field (bokeh) shots. There’s an ultra-wide 8MP lens with a 120-degree angle for capturing wide scenes, and the fourth camera is a 10MP telephoto lens that makes 2x optical zoom possible. It also comes with a 24-megapixel front camera for selfies.

Apart from the cameras, the striking design is another of the A9 (2018)’s highlights. The phone comes in three gradient color options that play against the light beautifully, and Samsung believes gradient colors are the future, or at least the latest trend that it needed to hop on. The A9 (2018) is also special for being one of few non-flagship Samsung phones with a dedicated Bixby key. Galaxy A9 (2018) specs include the Snapdragon 660 SoC, 6GB/8GB of RAM, 128GB of internal storage, a 6.3-inch Super AMOLED Infinity display, and a 3,800 mAh battery.

Check out the Galaxy A9 introduction video below and also take a look at our hands-on experience with the device.

  • Model: SM-A920F
  • Dimensions: 162.5 x 77 x 7.8mm
  • Display: 6.3"(167.64mm) Super AMOLED
  • CPU: Qualcomm Snapdragon 660
  • Camera: 24 MP, CMOS F1.7 & Telephoto 10MP, CMOS F2.4 & Ultra Wide 8MP, CMOS F2.4 & Depth 5.0 MP, CMOS F2.2


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This setup sounds very interesting and would like to see something like it on the Note 10


They better bring this 4 camera setup to the note 10 if they anyway are gonna charge a lot