Triple camera to the masses! Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018) was the first smartphone with such a module

Today, the market has become a three-chamber mobile more. Samsung introduced the Galaxy A7 (2018), which became the first phone company with a triple main camera.

In Europe, the smartphone will cost 350 euros, it is also the cheapest smartphone with triple primary camera on the market. Samsung — and the cheapest! Somewhere something is definitely dead… long and ancient.

Jokes aside, it’s not just cool in itself. The fact that Samsung has recently announced a change in strategy. According to the new, now most of the innovations will initially appear on mainstream devices, and then to move to flagships. And Galaxy A7 (2018) — the first sign of this strategy.


What you get for 350 euros? Let’s start with the camera. The main module has a resolution of 24 megapixels and aperture of F/1.7. The second module — 8 MP with F/2.4 and wide angle lens. Third — no, not a telephoto, and just the module for the analysis of scene depth. Basically a useless module, but I have what I have. How to remove is the whole thing, it remains anyone’s guess. It is unlikely Samsung will make a cheap smartphone will be at the level of the flagships, but expect high-quality images is. Frontalka here, by the way, 24 MP with F/2.0.

Go on. Display here, Super AMOLED 6 inches with a resolution 2220 x 1080 pixels. Heart is an unnamed SoC with eight cores and a frequency of 2.2 GHz. I think it Exynos 7885. The RAM here is 4 or 6 GB flash memory — 64 or 128 GB. There is a slot for microSD. The battery is 3300 mAh, and has NFC, a fingerprint scanner on the side.

Dimensions are 159,8 x 76,8 x 7.5 mm and weight is 168 g. Judging from the available images, there are blue, black, pink and gold colors.

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