As some of you might already know, it wasn't that long ago that Samsung had just released their first triple rear camera smartphone, the Galaxy A7 (2018) which will be unveiled in Malaysia soon. 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. We have seen single camera phones performing well so we hope that with four cameras, it should surpass everything else on the market. Meanwhile TechRadar theorises that the 5MP lens is actually a depth sensor, similar to the one in the triple-lens setup from the recently-announced Galaxy A7.
DJ Koh, Samsung's president of mobile division, had earlier stated that the company will bring new features to its mid-range Galaxy A-series and entry-level Galaxy J-series, before making them available on flagship Galaxy S and Galaxy Note series. While we would have preferred the option to remap the button to something else or turn it off completely, we can understand why Samsung insists that we use it.
Samsung's Galaxy Tab S4, Galaxy Tab A 10.5 now available in Malaysia
'The small configuration files we found don't tell us much about the actual devices, though the filenames do tell us about what models we should expect. All of this is paired with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of onboard storage. The bottom camera has an 8MP (F2.4) Ultra Wide lens offering up to 120 degrees, capturing unrestricted wide-angle photos.
Equipped with Samsung's trademark circular, rotating bezel user interface (UI), an analog watchface and an "always-on-display", the smart watch is powered by "Exynos 9110 Dual core 1.15GHz" processor. On the front, there will be a 24 MP Sony IMX 576 camera. That's a quite a pretty penny to put a flip-phone back in your pocket.
Galaxy A9 Star is also all set to launch by Samsung in a new colour variant in China.
The Galaxy J6 Plus will be available in red, black and blue colors for INR 15,990 (~$220) as previously mentioned.
The Galaxy Tab S4 features a 10.5in, Super AMOLED display that delivers a larger, higher definition screen flawless for gaming and watching videos.