The Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018) has a triple-lens camera and 6-inch FHD+Super AMOLED display.
It's clear which feature Samsung feels most strongly about in this newest addition to the A series: despite its other innovative new features, Samsung outlined the triple lens camera in depth when presenting the new model.
Powering the Galaxy A7 is a 2.2GHz octa-core processor but the nature of the chipset has not been specified and will likely vary depending on the market. As for the front of the smartphone, it sports a 24MP snapper. Galaxy J4+ will be available in 2GB RAM and 32GB storage options, while Galaxy J6+ can be bought in 4GB RAM and 64GB memory options. As per most phone these days, the selfie camera experience can be enhanced with bokeh effect via Selfie Focus together with adjustable lighting effect through Pro Lighting Mode as well as AR emoji and filters.
Created to make life more convenient, the Galaxy A7 comes with Bixby4, Samsung Pay5 and Samsung Health. The camera also features Samsung's intelligent Scene optimiser, like the Galaxy Note9, which will automatically categorize subjects as well as adjust the colour, contrast, and brightness to optimise image quality. The fingerprint sensor has been placed at the side and the back comes with a premium glass design. Samsung will reveal the Galaxy A7 and its price at an event on October in Malaysia.
The Galaxy A7 is fueled by a 3300mAh battery with adaptive fast charging.
The handset will initially launch in select European and Asian markets and will gradually expand this Fall. It measures 159.80 x 76.80 x 7.50 (height x width x thickness) and weighs 168.00 grams.