Samsung Galaxy A9 will have four rear cameras, according to new leaked image

In the race to see which smartphone manufacturer can fit the most cameras onto a single handset, Samsung has reportedly placed itself in the lead, with an upcoming mid-range handset set to sport four rear cameras.  As was hinted at in previous specs rumors , it's thought that the Samsung Galaxy A9 will likely feature four camera lenses lined up in a vertical array, with each camera offering a different kind of photographic functionality. Thanks to a new (and very official-looking) image tweeted by noted leaker Evan Blass , we now have a pretty good understanding of what each camera is expected to bring to the table – and how they'll look.
According to details accompanying the image, the first lens will consist of an ultra wide camera with an 8MP resolution, f/2.4 aperture and a 120-degree field of view. This is followed by a telephoto camera with a 10MP resolution, f/2.4 aperture and 2x optical zoom, a 'main' camera that boasts a huge 24MP resolution and f/1.7 aperture, and an additional depth camera with a 5MP resolution, f/2.2 aperture and live focus capability.  Placed underneath the four cameras is a flash, while a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner can also be found in the middle of the phone.  Positioned as an upper mid-range device, the Galaxy A9 seems like it's going to have some flagship-level photographic credentials. We'll know for sure when the handset is officially announced in the very near future .
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