packed with Samsung's best camera innovations" for end user gratification.
Images of the Galaxy A9 were leaked ahead of today's launch by Evan Blass and German site AllAboutSamsung, which filled in details of a claim by phone leaker Ice Universe in September that Samsung was cooking up a four-camera phone.
This allows for a variety of different shooting modes, as well as customised shots using features like artificial bokeh effects.
What's interesting about the Galaxy A9 is that it has plenty of decent features.
The Galaxy A9 will be available in three color options - Caviar Black, Lemonade Blue, and Bubblegum Pink - with sales set to kick off in select global markets from November.
In the United Kingdom it will cost £549, though we don't yet know the USA or Euro price of the phone.
The main camera of the Galaxy A9 features a 24MP sensor and a bright f/1.7 aperture. You will be able to fit in a bigger landscape or more number of people with just a tap in camera interface. It has a 3,800mAh battery and runs Android 8.0. With all these four rear cameras, the device can capture photos with 2x optical zoom, 120-degree wide-angle view, and flawless bokeh shot. The 10 MP camera comes with telephoto lens offering 2x optical zoom.
The Galaxy A9 (2018) starts at 599 euros in Europe and 549 pounds in the U.K. One model features 6GB of RAM, while another features 8GB of RAM.
Finally, the phone has a 5-megapixel portrait lens that shoots images with a low depth of field.
How many cameras are enough on a smartphone? Most notably, however, there are a total of five camera lenses on the new phone.
"On the front, the Galaxy A9 sports a 6.3" Full HD+ (2,220×1,080) Super AMOLED display with relatively small bezels and a single 24MP front-facing camera (f/2.0).
This is yet another camera feature that makes the Galaxy A9 appealing.
The Galaxy A9 comes shipped with Android Oreo 8.0 out of the box.