Exciting new details about Samsung’s Galaxy S10 and Galaxy F phones leak

Joanna Estrada
November 20, 2018

Here's a look at its price, specifications, and features.

Samsung is bringing the world's first smartphone with four rear cameras to India. The device comes in 6GB and 8GB RAM variants and is priced at Rs 36,990 and Rs 39,990 respectively. The phone can be bought in three gradient colour options of pink, black and blue. Some users say that the unlocked Samsung phones don't include support for RCS messaging and the EVS voice codec, and the unlocked models get their updates from Samsung rather than T-Mobile. Apart from the optics, the Galaxy A9 (2018) features a full-HD+ Infinity Display panel with an 18.5:9 aspect ratio and is powered by an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 SoC.

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To recall, the Galaxy A9 (2018) was unveiled in Kuala Lumpur last month with a starting price of Euro 599 (roughly Rs. 48,900) and GBP 549 (roughly Rs. 50,300).

Last month, Samsung unveiled the high-end Galaxy A9 smartphone at an event held in Malaysia. The launch event was also streamed live on the official Samsung India and Samsung Bharat newsroom. The Galaxy A9 (2018) has a quad camera setup at the back as its USP, along with an LED flash. Samsung Galaxy Note 9 in White is coming on November 23. In terms of design, Galaxy A9 (2018) features a tall body in a compact form factor. On the rear, we can also spot the circular fingerprint sensor. The smartphone offers 128GB of onboard storage which can be expanded up to 512GB via a microSD card. The setup consists of a 24MP AF primary sensor with f/1.7, a 10MP telephoto lens with 2X optical zoom and f/2.4, an 8MP sensor with an ultra-wide 120-degree lens, f/2.4 and a 5MP sensor for depth effect. The Galaxy A9 runs on Android 8.0 Oreo-based Samsung Experience OS out of the box. On the front, there is a single 24MP selfie camera with f/2.0 aperture.

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