Taking a page out of Apple's playbook, Samsung hopes to reinvigorate interest in its Galaxy smartphone lineup with a major upgrade and design overhaul that will bring 5G network capabilities and as many as six cameras to the planned Galaxy S10 smartphone, according to the Wall Street Journal. The setup consists of a 24MP AF primary sensor with f/1.7, a 10MP telephoto lens with 2X optical zoom and f/2.4, an 8MP sensor with an ultra-wide 120-degree lens, f/2.4 and a 5MP sensor for depth effect.
The Galaxy A9 features digital assistant Bixby, Samsung Pay and Samsung Health. The smartphone also features a IP68 rating, so it's durable enough to withstand splashes, spills, and even rain, so you don't have to worry if it takes an accidental dip in water.
On the front, the smartphone features a 24MP camera. The bigger sibling features a bigger "Infinity Display" at 6.2 inches, a longer battery life of 11 hours, and 6GB of memory instead of 4GB. On the inside, the device sports the Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 SoC that is commonly spotted across higher mid-range smartphones.
It's unclear exactly why Samsung is looking to remove its trademark curvaceous display from at least one model of the Galaxy S10.
By the start of this month, we came to know that Samsung will launch a new Samsung Galaxy Note 9 White Color Variant. There'll be more devices than you can wave a notch at. Remember, it's supposed to be Samsung's first phone with an in-display fingerprint sensor. The phone has 6GB/8GB of RAM and 128GB internal storage. The A9 can be pre-booked starting today, and the phone will go on sale across all online and offline channels starting November 28.
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