The news of this sale comes as Samsung has revealed a swathe of new devices including the Galaxy A7 which features three rear cameras. You can also catch our live blog that we shall be running tomorrow to bring all the updates and important announcements about the phone. Samsung is expected to spill the beans at an event on 11 October, with the A7 likely making its first appearance in phone shops shortly after. The in the country a week ago, and features a 6-inch Infinity Display, AI integrations in the camera, and dual sensors on the back, among others.
Since the launch of Huawei P20 Pro in March of 2018, it has become clear that smartphone makers are looking at packing more camera modules into their mobile devices. That's the template Samsung stuck to this year and we're not expecting any significant changes. Apart from flaunting the same display, they are powered by Snapdragon 425 chip paired to 2GB RAM and 32GB storage on the Galaxy J4+ and 4GB RAM and 64GB storage on the Galaxy J6+. The 8 MP camera comes with 120-degree Ultra-Wide angle lens, whereas, the 5 MP camera comes with depth sensor which is used with the 24 MP primary camera to capture photos with bokeh effects. In terms of optics, the Galaxy J4+ bears a single 13-megapixel rear camera sensor with f/1.9 aperture, coupled with an LED flash. The four cameras supposedly use Samsung's "Intelligent Scene Optimizer", which automatically adjusts contrast, brightness and colour to help optimise the quality of your Instagram snaps. The picture also indicates that the A9 Star Pro will feature a fingerprint scanner located traditionally at the middle of the back panel. The device has a 6-inch Super AMOLED (1080×2220) display, with an Octa-core 2.2GHz SoC (chipset may vary by market). Where they're going to put the front-facing camera is anyone's guess.