Published: Mon, September 24, 2018
IT | By Lester Massey

Samsung announces its first phone with rear triple cameras: the Galaxy A7

Samsung announces its first phone with rear triple cameras: the Galaxy A7

The Galaxy P30 and P30+ might be Samsung's first smartphones with an in-display fingerprint sensor.

The 64 GB and 128 GB storage models of the Galaxy A7 (2018) are respectively packed with 4 GB and 6 GB of RAM. If we had to guess we'd say that one of the lenses is actually more a depth sensor (probably the 5MP one), as that's what the Galaxy A7 (2018) has.

Koh started working on the new game plan for India earlier in 2018. In layman's terms, a new wireless module has been certified by FCC and there's a good chance that it may be used in one of Samsung's upcoming wearables.

Externally, the smartphone looks pretty good, he recalls the Star-a smartphone company that produced a very long time before the appearance of Android smartphones and has been widely popular. The introduction of gradient colors to the lineup shows how Samsung is slowly but forcibly answering to the growing reputation of Chinese smartphone makers. We won't find out for sure until the 4x Fun launch event on 11th October.

Power will be provided by a 3720mAh battery according to the same leak.

Recently, Samsung Mobile CEO Dj Koh also confirmed that the.

"This is important especially when camera is deciding a level-playing field for most of the players". The P20 Pro comes with triple rear camera setup while LG is rumored to follow suit with triple camera on the V40 ThinQ next month.

The news of this sale comes as Samsung has revealed a swathe of new devices including the Galaxy A7 which features three rear cameras. Considering the collision of this segment in the Indian market, the company has chosen India for the initial market for this smartphone. It is expected that the smartphone will compete against the OnePlus 6.

Koh has now doubled down on his efforts to dominate the smartphone camera war in India. Now, a new rumor suggests that the flagship will feature asymmetrical bezels.

"It is a good move from Samsung to tap into the camera territory", added Singh.

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