Samsung unveils its first triple camera handset: the Galaxy A7
Something to look forward to in August last year, Samsung unveiled its first dual rear camera smartphone, the Note 8. Just over 12 months later, the company has joined Huawei by creating its first handset with a triple camera setup: the 2018 version of the Galaxy A7.
The Galaxy A7 boasts a triple lens setup which includes a 24MP primary digital camera having an F/1.7 aperture, an 8-megapixel shooter with a 120-degree ultra wide field of view, along with a 5MP “depth” module employed for bokeh effects. There is also a 24MP front-facing cam by having an LED flash as well as “Selfie Focus” consequence for including bokeh. But being a mid-range device, there is an obvious lack of a telephoto lens.
One high-end feature the A7 comes with is Intelligent Scene Optimizer, that debuted on the Galaxy S9. This instantly recognizes what you are aiming the digital camera at and changes the camera settings to create perfect picture quality.
The A7’s non-camera specs include a 6 inch 1,080 x 2,220 Super AMOLED display, an 8 core 2.2 GHz processor (likely to be an Exynos 7885), 6GB of RAM, 128GB storage space that is expandable to 512GB, NFC for Samsung Pay, in addition to a 3300mAh battery power. There is actually a fingerprint sensor on the edge, Dolby Atmos assistance, as well as Bixby – though there is simply no specific switch for the AI, that many might notice as a plus stage. Overall, some very impressive specs for a mid-range handset.
The brand new Galaxy A7 is going to be made in pink, black, gold as well as pink in select European as well as Asian markets from this autumn. It is going to reach other places at a later day. No word yet on cost, but we will discover more about the cell phone, and Samsung’s very first quad camera device, at the Galaxy Event on October eleven.