Samsung Galaxy A9 Star Pro with Four Cameras at the Back Surfaces Ahead of Launch

2018 has been the year of smartphones with triple rear cameras. I mean, earlier this year, Chinese mobile giant Huawei Technologies had a big hit with the best-selling Huawei P20 Pro, which - as of writing - still holds the crown as the best cameraphone in the world.

Just a few days ago, Korean Giant Samsung Mobile officially announced the Galaxy A7 2018, which sports three cameras at the back that let the device snap Wide-Angle landscape shots and portraits with Bokeh Effect through Live Focus mode.

Samsung Galaxy A9 Star Pro

Well, tomorrow - October 11, 2018 - in Malaysia, Samsung is slated to outdo its competitors in the mobile industry by formally announcing a new high-end Galaxy A-Series handset with an unbelievable four rear shooters!

Hardcore Samsung fans and self-proclaimed industry insiders are now calling this new Samsung smartphone model the "Samsung Galaxy A9 Star Pro" -- and what's cool is that purported press photos of this device have already started to surface in various social media sites.

Looking at the these images, it's clear that this new smartphone will have a luxurious glass-metal-glass design language, a large display with tall aspect ratio and no notch, and a four cameras at the back that are all lined vertically.

Samsung Galaxy A9 Star Pro

According to various sources, other notable technical specifications of Samsung Galaxy A9 Star Pro include a 6.28-inch FullHD+ SuperAMOLED Infinity Display, 24 MegaPixel f/2.0 Front Facing Camera for Selfies, and a powerful 14nm Octa-Core Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 processor.

So what can its four cameras at the back do, you ask? I heard that this unique set-up will let this cameraphone shoot wide-angle landscape images, take portrait shots with Bokeh Effect, and deliver 2X lossless zoom through its telephoto lens. If this information will turn out accurate, Samsung Galaxy A9 Star Pro could very well be the most versatile cameraphone that the company has ever released.

How much will it be? We'll know the exact amount on October 11, 2018. Right now, I'm guessing that this model should cost no less than PHP 35,000 - perhaps even closer to PHP 40,000 - when it lands in the Philippines since the Samsung Galaxy A8+ 2018 still costs PHP 32,990 in our country. But hey, that's just my price guesstimate and honestly, I'm hoping that will be more affordable because this phone does look very interesting. Stay tuned for updates!

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