Samsung’s New Phone With Four Cameras : Galaxy A9
Long gone are the days when only Apple and Samsung were the big losers in the smartphone sector. Competition intensifies every year, and new smartphone brands appear every day.
Now Chinese manufacturers such as Xaomi, Oppo, OnePlus and Huawei dominate the market due to their affordable phones. Not only are they affordable, but they also offer good value for money. Good specs with great price – what more could you ask for?
Nokia has also joined the race and offers great technologies for The money. Nokia phones like Nokia 6.1 Plus and Nokia 7.1 plus offer excellent build quality, excellent battery life and decent performance. So to speak, the Competition is extremely Little and now in the Smartphone would be an Understatement.
Samsung has been around for ages. It was the phone that ended Nokia’s dominance in the smartphone market by being one of the first phones to use the Android operating system. But Samsung has lost some of the innovative lead that it had 5 or 6 years ago.
Don’t get me wrong, Samsung is a good choice if you don’t want to buy an iPhone. But the company has not been able to spice things up for a long time. It has repeated the same formula in recent years and has only slightly improved by offering better specifications each year.
To change this “rinse and repeat” formula, smartphone manufacturers revise the operation of cameras for smartphones. Phone manufacturers believe that cameras have the greatest impact on the benefits of a mobile phone. For this reason, each phone company is trying to outperform its competitors by adding its own twist to the way cameras are traditionally used.
Samsung seems to have really outperformed its competitors in the camera department with the release of the A9. Its main feature is not one, NOT two, but four rear view cameras. Making it the world’s first Smartphone with a Quad camera.
Each camera has a different purpose. One camera provides depth in the scene; one film in telephoto mode, then there is the 24 MP real marksman, while the rest is the Ultra wide angle camera.
Samsung has also optimized its software to improve the functionality of the camera. Software features include error detection and scene optimizer. This gives a lot of possibilities to the budding photographers in all of us and could turn amateurs into professionals. Okay, not really, but that would be great.
Because the more cameras, the better, right? Samsung had a Vision in making this phone. The goal was to help photographers record the best possible scene with little difficulty or room for errors. It is made for photo purists out there.
If we look at Scene Optimizer, it is clear where Samsung’s smart software enters the equation. Scene Optimizer automatically detects nineteen scenarios depending on the subject. This includes text, birds, street scenes, slides, waterfalls, snow, night scenes, beaches, sunrise and sunset, mountains, sky, trees, greenery, animals, landscapes, food, flowers and portraits.
Error Detection allows you to detect, yep you guess, error in images. These errors include face blurring, winks, and backlight issues. The phone notifies users when such errors occur when the photo is taken. This gives users a second chance to capture the Moment.
As if the rear cameras were not impressive enough, the front camera is a 24 MP Selfie monster. The 24 MP Selfie camera is enhanced with innovative low-light technology that reduces noise at night while increasing brightness. The front camera is also supported by some magic software. Selfie Focus ensures that you stay in the center of attention by blurring the background so that the camera focuses on your face. This ensures that Selfies look as sharp as possible in every conceivable scenario. Although Samsung was recently surprised to use a photo taken by DLSR as a photo taken in portrait mode of the Galaxy A8 Star.