Samsung introduced their new Galaxy A9 Smartphone with Rear Quad Camera System to Challenge Apple's iPhone XR
In the wee hours of the morning Patently Apple posted a report titled "Rumor Claims Samsung's new mid-tier A9 Smartphone will come with Four Backside Cameras." Samsung's show is now over and yes indeed Samsung delivered the world's first smartphone with a rear quad camera system.
Samsung's A9 phone may be aimed at competing with Apple's iPhone XR with its larger 6.3" Super AMOLED display, larger battery, a 24MP main camera and 128 GB standard.
The UK is one the main markets that will get the new A9's in November in time for Christmas shoppers. With Apple and Samsung going head-to-head in the U.K. for market share, as the Statista chart below reveals, Samsung's new A9 may be able sway more customers their way this year with decent specs for the dollar.
About the Galaxy A9 Rear Quad Camera
Samsung notes that their new Galaxy A9 will allow customers to capture dynamic and beautiful photos effortlessly. With four lenses, customers will experience even more ways to unleash theirr creativity and capture, create and share stunning images.
Get close without compromise with 2x Optical Zoom for incredible and detailed close-up shots even from far away.
Capture the world in its fullest and without limit, with the Ultra-Wide Lens, and shoot like a pro with the Scene Optimizer. Thanks to AI Scene Recognition, your camera is now smarter, and able to identify the subject and adjust settings accordingly for the best photo, in an instant.
Express your creativity with the Depth Lens, giving you the freedom to manually manage the photos' depth of field and focus on the subject for stunning, professional looking images.
Capture clear and bright images in both bright and low light conditions with Galaxy A9's 24MP Main Lens, for gorgeous photos at any time of the day.
Apple's upcoming iPhone XR comes with a 12MP main lens camera. Even the cheaper Samsung Galaxy A7 will come with a triple lens camera, outgunning the iPhone XR.