Previous reports have also mentioned that the Samsung phone launching on 11th October may feature four cameras at the rear. The Samsung Galaxy S10 is slated for a release early next year, and the premium variants are expected to sport. Further, the phone is lightweight and at the comfort to handle.
As per the concept image published by Samsung fan blog AllAboutSamsung.de, the Samsung Galaxy A9 Star Pro looks similar to the Galaxy A7 (2018) that debuted with a triple rear camera setup and a side-mounted fingerprint sensor.
Side sensor front-end, the lovers of selfies will not be forgotten, since the Samsung Galaxy A7 will also have a sensor with 24 Mpx, sublimated by the now inescapable filter Bokeh, and a flash LED adjustable according to three levels of intensity.
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Both devices will also have the "Make for India" feature, Install Apps to SD Card, and come with triple slots to add two SIM cards and a microSD to expand storage. One variant will get 64GB of internal memory with 4GB of RAM, while the second will get 128GB of internal memory with 6GB of RAM. A 3,330mAh battery keeps things running. A first for Samsung, this is something we'll likely see more often. The bezels have been banished to just about nothing, with a pop-up front-facing camera and an in-screen fingerprint sensor included too.
Two new India-bound phones from the South Korean smart phone maker Samsung were announced today.
Samsung Galaxy J series will be completely eliminated. Sensors onboard include accelerometer, gyroscope, proximity sensor, and RGB light sensor.
It will be available in the United Kingdom in three colours including blue, black and gold. This time, you'll be able to pick up the A7 in either black, blue, bronze or red colour schemes. The camera has moved from its usual central position to the left-hand edge.