South Korean electronics manufacturer Samsung's is adding a new phone to A Series called the Galaxy A9 and its the world's first smartphone with four rear cameras. The four camera lenses perform different functions to achieve a great photo, regardless of situation.
For example, there's a 2x optical zoom lense for detailed close-ups and a wide-angle lens to capture a bigger picture. The Scene Optimizer software uses AI to recognize and set image settings depending on the image. A depth lens gives more freedom to manually adjust depth and focus and a 24-megapixel sensor can capture crisp and bright photos in both bright and dark environments. A fifth camera is on the front with 24-megapixel resolution.
The phone has a 6.3-inch OLED screen with 2220 x 1080 pixels resolution, eight octave processor, six gigabyte memory, 128 gigabyte storage, and Android 8.0. The battery is 3,800 milliamper hours and there is a SD card slot that can handle 512 gigabytes.
The phone retails at £549.