If you're looking to own a smartphone with four rear camera sensors, Samsung gives you your back. Their latest device, the Samsung Galaxy A9 is available in South Africa from today.
The camera (s) of the Galaxy A9 is the real reason why you would like this device. Features such as ultra-wide angle, 2x optical zoom, live focus, scene optimization, defect detection, selfie focus and a professional lighting mode.
In total, the A9 actually has five camera sensors, including the one on the front. In addition to this, on the back you'll find an ultra-compact 8MP wide-angle sensor that fits the entire Garden Route in a single image, a 10MP for the Telephoto sensor that offers up to 2x optical zoom, a depth sensor from 5 MP for those reduced depth of field shots and a 24 MP main sensor to complete the whole.
Powering the idle configuration is a decent 3800mAh battery that supports fast charging. It also features 128GB of onboard storage that can be extended to 512GB and boasts a brilliant 6.3-inch Infinity display.
The Samsung Galaxy A9 is now available in South African stores from selected dealers and will cost you R12,000.