Last updated on October 20th, 2019
Samsung instead of dual or triple rear camera configuration is reportedly working to jump into a four-cam territory. After releasing Galaxy A7 2018 with tri-camera configuration, a new smartphone is ready to arrive named “Galaxy A9s” with four-rear cameras.
We’ve already written about Samsung Galaxy A9 Star Pro a couple of days – now it’s known as Galaxy A9s. The German online source has found a device with so many Samsung Galaxy A9s specifications including Chipset, Battery, and ROM.
Samsung Galaxy A9s Specifications
Based on what German source says, Samsung Galaxy A9s will house exceptionally bright 6.28-inches AMOLED Infinity screen. The maximum screen resolution is 2200 x 1080 Pixels with an unknown aspect ratio. The brain behind Galaxy A9s is super-powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 SoC with a whopping 6GB of RAM.
The onboard memory is 128GB which one can expand further with a help of microSD card. How much you can expand further? It’s something we’re short on words on, for now.
Further specifications include a massive 3720mAh non-removable battery and Android 8.1 Oreo operating system with Samsung’s custom skin on top.
Moving on to a camera department, Samsung Galaxy A9s will house four rear cameras – positioned vertically. Be mindful, it’s just a rumor, as of now. But if it stands true, then it’s going to be Samsung’s first smartphone to arrive with four cameras. The FaceTime sensor, on the other hand, is an 8MP for selfies and video calls with your loved ones.
The official Samsung Galaxy A9s release date is October 11. Further specifications and pricing details will be shared as soon as we hear more.
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