Samsung Launches Galaxy A7 (2018) With Tripple Camera To Lure Mobile Photographers

Tripple camera is the new trend that was set by Huawei P20 Pro in the high-end price bracket but what makes Samsung Galaxy A7 2018 unique is the price range which offers a mouth-watering trio-combination. The Korean giant has launched its latest camera obsessed device almost simultaneously in India and Pakistan. 

This upper mid-range phone has three lenses on the rear, a regular 24MP (f/1.7), 8MP (f/2.4) for ultrawide shots with a 120-degree field of view and a 5MP f/2.2 depth sensor. On the front, it also wows with 24MP (f/2.0) selfie camera. It’s a much more significant upgrade from the previous year’s Galaxy A7 (2017) that only had a single 16MP lens on the back side and a 16MP for the selfie.

From Samsung, it’s a major move to bring some excellence and innovation in the middle order where lots of Chinese rivals are eating the market share.

What else phone offers?

Galaxy A7 (2018) isn’t very different in size and display. The 6.29 inches body houses 6.0 inches FHD+Super AMOLED infinity display that makes a 74.4% screen-to-body ratio – not at par with phones like Vivo 11 Pro (85.2%) and Huawei P20 Lite (80.5%). However, the displays of Samsung have this reputation of showing some sharp and highly popped up photos; the users are surely going to have a great experience on the small screen. It also features Dolby Atmos immersive sound for giving awesome HD content experience.

The phone has Android 8.0 (Oreo) that comes out of the box powered by Samsung’s own Exynos 7885 Octa-core 2.2GHz Cortex A53 processor and supported by 4/6GB RAM and 64/128 GB internal memory that can be enhanced up to 512GB with a microSD card.

Galaxy A7 2018 has a side fingerprint sensor, something different from Samsung, and a 2.5D glass back design.

Unfortunately, the battery has shrunk from the previous model. The latest handset gets the power from a 3300 mAh battery which is 300 mAh lesser than Galaxy A7 (2017), and there is also no support for USB Type-C, so do keep in mind slower charging and data transfers with conventional USB 2.0.

We are hearing PKR 50,000 to be the expected price of the phone.

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