The race for the best camera podium has always been fought among the world's largest smartphone makers, and each year we follow increasingly surprising releases that elevate the design and hardware of these devices. That may have been the goal of Samsung as Galaxy A7, announced yesterday for some European and Asian markets.
If the name Galaxy A7 looks familiar, it doesn't mean that you have been and returned from the future; it was recycled from the asian giant's smartphone, originally released in 2015. In this version, the gadget offers a 6 inch Super AMOLED display, Exynos 7885 processor octa-core 2.2GHz, up to 6GB of RAM and versions with 64GB and 128GB of internal storage.
In addition, it has a 3.300mAh battery and runs the Oreo version (8.0) of Android, released last year. The side of the device has also been modified to accommodate the new device fingerprint sensor that will be available in blue, black, gold and pink.
However, as we pointed out, the main feature of this smartphone is the triple set of cameras. Without further ado, let's understand what they are capable of.
From top to bottom, the first lens is the depth camera of the device; with 5MP and the feature Live focus Galaxy A7, you can control depth of field and adjust the effect bokeh (Sound familiar?). The second lens is 24MP and allows light to enter automatically, according to the light intensity of the location, thanks to aperture /1.7. It also combines four pixels in one under low light conditions. The lower lens, called Ultra wideIt is wide-angle and has 8MP sensors capable of producing images at 120 ° (the same viewing angle as the human eye).
According to Samsung, the rear lens assembly is complemented by artificial intelligence features that map the environment that will be photographed to enhance the final image. Last but not least we have the front camera, also with 24MP and aperture / 2.0.
Some rumors point out that Samsung's next major release, the Galaxy S10, win a triple lens system, just like the Galaxy A7. Of course, the camera settings on the company's flagship device can be further enhanced, yet we are likely to see the same pattern as the newly announced smartphone.
The Galaxy A7, as well as other devices of this line, aimed at the intermediate market of smartphones. As we said, it will be available in some European and Asian markets as of this month and will expand to other markets in the future, but Samsung has not announced an exact date.
For now, the company has not released the official values of the new device.
via Cult of Mac