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Samsung Galaxy A7 has the triple rear cameras with 24-megapixel selfie camera

This is the interesting day for me because Samsung officially announced and leaked photos that give us a first glance look of Samsung’s Galaxy A7 phone its triple rear camera.

That means the company something in the stock like Oct 11.
Let’s back to the Galaxy A7.

The phone basically made for the photography oriented. It’s also a 6-inch, 2,220×1,080 with Super AMOLED screen, and unfortunately unnamed octa-core processor (which is to totally different from another mobile brand), 4/6 GB of RAM with 64/128GB of storage, the battery capacity of this model 3,000mAh with Android 8.0.

But the camera is totally changed than other brands. On the backside, it has a 24-megapixel F1.7 camera attached with an 8-megapixel, F2.4 ultra-wide with 120 degrees of a sensor and the 5-megapixel, F2.2 deep sensor (for portrait photos). On the front camera, it just singles 24-megapixel, F2.0 shooter.

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All of the camera also various kind of cool tricks, it’s impactful to the Galaxy A7 users every moment, like taking some photo with adjusting bokeh effect.

As you can see the first-time same thing on the Galaxy S series models, the new A7’s main sensor can join with four pixels into one to get higher-resolution photo quality in low-light situations, and the other side Samsung’s intelligent sensor perform on the board.

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The color of Samsung A7 comes in four like blue, pink, black and gorgeous gold. It’s also now coming to select European and Asian markets but the company has not been announced the price of the phone.

According to the Samsung, it will “memorialize the launch” of a new member to join the galaxy family” on October 11. Could it be reported to other A9 with four rear cameras? We’ll have to wait for a few weeks more.


Video Courtesy: Mashable

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