Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro four-lens camera setup revealed in latest leaked renders

The smartphone makers have found their next front to wage a war against each other. After competing over display size, build quality and bezels, companies are toppling each other in the number of camera lenses. What started with dual-lens cameras on the back is now leading to 3, 4 and even 5 lens camera setups in devices. We’ve already heard about Nokia 9 coming with a weird Penta-lens camera setup, which is still not confirmed because leaks about the device have been inconsistent. But Samsung certainly seems all set to launch a device with 4 camera lenses on its back.

The report originates from the German website All About Samsung, and it’s also consistent with a teaser that Samsung itself had released a few days ago. The guys behind AAS say that the Korean giant is soon going to launch Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro, a device with 4-lens primary camera setup. They’ve even released some concept renders of the device, which you can see on this page. However, these are purely based on imagination so take them with a pinch of salt.

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Out of these 4 lenses, we have some idea about the purpose of 3 and the megapixels they may have. It’s expected that Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro will come with an 8mp super wide-angle lens and two telephoto shooters of 10mp+5mp. The purpose and resolution of the 4th lens is still unknown. For selfies, there will be a 24mp front-facing shooter in the device.

According to All About Samsung, the smartphone will have a Snapdragon 660 chipset, 6.28-inch AMOLED display with full HD+ resolution, and a 3,720 mAh battery to power all this stuff. Let’s see whether these specs turn out to be true or not. Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro will be launched on the 11th October.

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