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Samsung will launch Galaxy A9s in China on October 24

On 24th of this month, Samsung will add a new model to its ‘A’ series smartphones with the launch of Galaxy A9s in China. The Galaxy A9s will be the first smartphone with four rear cameras. Recently, this latest model by Samsung was introduced in Malaysia under the name Galaxy A9 (2018).

Regarding the launch of the phone, Samsung has also introduced some posters, as per which Galaxy A9s will debut in China at 19:00 local time (4:30 pm IST). The price of the model has not been revealed by the company but is said to be indicated at the launch event.

The all new Samsung Galaxy A9 (2018) which is also known as Galaxy A9s will have a 6.3-inch SAMOLED screen which will offer a screen resolution of 1080 x 2220 pixels. The smartphone will run on Android 8.1 Oreo and will be powered with a Snapdragon 660 processor. The phone will hit the market equipped with a 3800mAh of battery and a fingerprint sensor at the back.

Talking about the software and preloaded apps, Galaxy A9s will provide support for Bixby which is the company’s digital assistant and will have other usual apps as well.

Galaxy A9s will be the first phone in the market with a configuration of four vertically stacked rear cameras. These will include an 8MP ultra-wide sensor, a 10MP telephoto lens offering 2x optical zoom, a 24MP camera with f/1.7 aperture, and a 5MP depth sensor of f/2.2 aperture. On the other hand, the smartphone will have a 24MP selfie lens of f/2.0 aperture, based over the phone’s infinity display.

Galaxy A9s will be available in China in two different variants which are 6GB/8GB RAM, and both will have 128GB of internal storage each. The storage will be expandable with the help of a memory card.

The price of the 6GB RAM variant of the Samsung Galaxy A9s has been estimated at 3499 yuan (Rs 37,040 approx).

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