Samsung announced the launch of the triple rear camera Samsung Galaxy A7

Posted September 21, 2018

Samsung is also offering its S9 and S8 smartphones with 0% finance meaning you can spread the cost without paying a penny more than the phone price. It is the company's first smartphone to sport triple camera setup on the rear. For those unaware, Huawei was the first smartphone brand to launch a phone with the new tech. The Galaxy A7 (2018) will be available in Blue, Black, Gold, and Pink color options. On the front, the Galaxy A7 (2018) sports 6-inch Super AMOLED Infinity display with Full HD+ (2220 x 1080 pixels) resolution. Samsung's multi-lens cameras are usually found in a central position, both on the Galaxy S and Galaxy Note.

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Samsung, however, doesn't specify the manufacturer detail of the chip, but we believe it to be an Exynos silicon.

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For the optics, the Galaxy A7 (2018) has a triple rear cameras of 24-megapixel with LED flash, f/1.7 aperture, 8-megapixel with ultra-wide f/2.4 lens for wide-angle photos and 5-megapixel f/2.2 depth sensor. It gets an 8MP front camera. The camera offers all the standard features offered by Samsung such as Selfie Focus, Pro Lighting Mode, AR Emoji, filters and others. If you care about phone photography (and care equally about having money in your pocket) the Samsung Galaxy A7 could be the phone to get. The 4GB/64GB variant will support memory expansion up to 512GB via microSD. It also comes with Dolby Atmos.

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Interestingly, the Galaxy A7 has a fingerprint sensor mounted on the side - much like Sony's implementation - with an indent located underneath the volume buttons on the right of the device. Instead of placing it on the rear of the device, Samsung has incorporated it in the side of the frame. Or do you think it's high time the world started moving towards NFC payment and that the lack of MST support on a Samsung device isn't that big a deal?