Galaxy Note 9 is Consumer Reports' highest-rated smartphone

Ruben Fields
September 24, 2018

What do you guys think about the Galaxy A7?

Samsung Galaxy J4+ and Galaxy J6+ price in India have not been announced yet, but an update is expected in the following days. As was suggested earlier by the title, the "4X" could mean Samsung is possibly going to be the first manufacturer of a quad-camera smartphone, ahead of Huawei which was the first to devise a triple-camera setup on a mobile device.

While we already know quite a few details about the Galaxy A7, there are still a few things left to uncover. The information about the Samsung Galaxy A9 design is still unknown. Samsung has not mentioned whether it will be hosting livestream of the launch event, however, users can expect to get updates of the Galaxy A7 launch event via the company's official Twitter India handle and Facebook as well. We have seen single camera phones performing well so we hope that with four cameras, it should surpass everything else on the market. One variant will get 64GB of internal memory with 4GB of RAM, while the second will get 128GB of internal memory with 6GB of RAM. Also, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 processor and a 3720 mAh battery will be on board. The leak also claims that the Galaxy A9 Star Pro will have a back panel that will be a bit curved and also include a 3.5mm headphone jack.

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In the camera department, The Galaxy J6 Plus has a 13-megapixel + 5-megapixel dual rear camera which is quite surprising considering the price of the phone. The 8 MP camera comes with 120-degree Ultra-Wide angle lens, whereas, the 5 MP camera comes with depth sensor which is used with the 24 MP primary camera to capture photos with bokeh effects.

The colour choices are also different from last year's A7 - they're bolder than the soft peach cloud, blue mist, gold and black paint jobs of before.

At the time of the announcement, not many people were excited with the Galaxy Note 9 due to its incremental upgrades, but the narrative seems to have changed quite a bit once the reviews started pouring in.

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