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Check Out Galaxy A9 Star Pro, Samsung’s First-Ever Four Camera Smartphone

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A picture of Galaxy A9 Star Pro surfaced on the web and it shows us that Samsung is looking to change to the tech industry by launching its first smartphone which features a four camera setup on the rear side.

The leaked picture has been posted by none other than Evan Blass who is known to always leak reliable information, thus leading us to believe that Galaxy A9 Star Pro will indeed be a camera centric smartphone.

Galaxy A9 Star Pro Leak

The leaked picture makes it clear that Samsung is putting all its focus on enhancing the quality of the pictures that Galaxy A9 Star Pro can take. This handheld device is going to be Samsung’s first ever smartphone to feature a four camera setup and this raises the standards bar for all other smartphones that the South Korean tech giant is planning to launch next year such as Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note 10.

Cutting-Edge Cameras

Galaxy A9 Star Pro is not only equipped with four cameras, but they all feature cutting-edge technology. The first camera features 8MP, f/2.4 and it can shoot pictures in ultra-wide mode. The second one is called a “Telephoto Camera” and it features 10MP, f/2.4 and 2X Optical Zoom which makes it perfect for taking pictures at a long distance.

The third camera is the main shooter and it features 24MP and f/1.5. Lastly, we have a smaller 5MP f/2.2 depth camera that will make it easier for Samsung fans to take pictures that look professional, similar to Apple’s famous Portrait Mode.

Final Words

Even though we might not have any information about Galaxy A9 Star Pro’s specs, we think it’s safe to say that this smartphone will be a success. Let’s hope that Samsung decides to launch it before 2018 ends so that we don’t have to wait too long for it.

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