Published: Sun, October 14, 2018
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

This is what Samsung's first ODM device, the Galaxy A6s, looks like

This is what Samsung's first ODM device, the Galaxy A6s, looks like

He is also positive that we do need foldable phones.

The Samsung Galaxy A9 is the first smartphone in the world with four rear cameras, possibly providing a hint on what users may expect from the upcoming Galaxy S10.

Industry watchers said Samsung's move to apply multiple cameras on midrange models reflects its strategy to cope with Chinese rivals in emerging markets.

Samsung Galaxy A9 (2018) is equipped with a 6.3-inch Super AMOLED-display with a resolution of Full HD +, which occupies nearly the entire front panel. That's why the Galaxy A9 is packed with some of Samsung's best camera innovations, to enable all consumers to achieve more, experience more and unlock more possibilities every day.

However, DJ Koh notes, after eight generations of the phablet, large-screen devices are now ubiquitous - with rival iPhone XS Max now offering a 6.5-inch display and Google Pixel 3 XL sporting a 6.3-inch screen. Earlier this year, the company's mobile division CEO DJ Koh had said that the much talked about smartphone could arrive in November this year.

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I'm just hoping they can get through this rough patch and everybody can get on the same patch and figure it out. I felt like it was a normal practice, but it was new for guys.


You might wonder whether Koh thinks people aren't interested in the possibilities of fold-out devices, or - more likely - the foldable phone is going to be really expensive.

Now Samsung seems to be coming with another upgraded version of its Galaxy A6 which was launched back in May this year.

Samsung is known to release smartphones in the fall that actually serve as tests for new features.

Among other details that he confirmed, Koch would also say, according to Sammobile You can use the so-called Galaxy F as a tablet, which can perform several tasks at once, before folding them, to turn into a phone.

Rather, it feels the focus here is on the social crowd looking for a camera in a phone that can cover everything, be it wide, close, or specific to those fancy portraits. It is armed with a Snapdragon 660, which will make light work of the internals present in the remaining two handsets. The great thing is that with multiple cameras, manufacturers can offer far more versatility without compromising the overall size and shape of the phone. Microsoft has a patent for a device with three screens.

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