Not the Galaxy S10 Plus, but the Galaxy A7 (2018) Might Be Samsung’s First Triple-Camera Smartphone

Omar Sohail
Galaxy A7 2018 triple camera sensor

Aside from its flagship smartphone series, Samsung also seems to be focusing on giving its mid-range lineup a dose of premium features such as an Infinity Display, improved hardware and optics, but according to the latest leaked renders, Samsung might be giving its upcoming Galaxy A7 (2018) a little too much preference. If you check out the images given below, the Galaxy A7 (2018) could be the company’s first smartphone to tout a triple-camera setup, and that too on one side.

Triple Vertical Camera Hardware Seen on These Galaxy A7 (2018) Renders - Could Be Launched on October 11

Taken from GalaxyClub, the Galaxy A7 (2018) renders show a mid-range handset from Samsung that might be getting announced on October 11, becoming the first smartphone from the manufacturer in the process to feature a triple-camera hardware at just one side.

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Sadly, the camera specifications were not listed and neither were the features, so we are pretty much kept in the dark on what this alleged Galaxy A7 (2018) will be capable of achieving in the optics department. From the look of things, we don’t believe that the smartphone will support 3x optical zoom since that is an addition that belongs to flagship devices and right now, the Huawei P20 Pro is the only device available that can achieve this level of zoom without killing the image quality.


The primary camera should be a wide-angle lens, while the secondary lens will be a regular shooter and the third one will be able to sense depth information, resulting in a Bokeh effect that can also be adjusted via software. Alongside the Galaxy A7 (2018), we also expect Samsung to announce its first-ever smartphone with a quadruple camera setup at the back.

According to rumours, this device is going to be named the Galaxy A9 Pro (2018) and for more updates, we’ll continue to update you accordingly. Additionally, we don't think these devices are going to be launched in a lot of markets, but we'll update you accordingly.

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News Source: GalaxyClub

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