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Galaxy S9 price drop - Samsung slashes prices as three new phones revealed

Smartphone Samsung recently announced its first triple-camera Galaxy A7 smartphone and planning to unveil it on October 11 at Galaxy Event.

Following a global release in August, Samsung's Galaxy Tab S4 and Galaxy Tab A 10.5 are now available in stores here.

With Samsung bringing back the A series family, this may be good for the company to continue to sell a mid-range device with high-end specs.

A new rumor is floating around claims that Samsung is unwilling to mass produce the folding screen smartphone, now being referred to as the Galaxy F, and the price will be high thanks to that decision.

Both devices are powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 425 processor.

The source claims to be unclear as to why there are two zoom lenses but theorizes that it could allow for different zoom levels and an improved background blur. Samsung is trying out the same gimmick too by adding in a third camera to their first ever triple camera device: the Galaxy A7. The quad camera setup will be followed by a LED flash placed underneath the camera.

The dual-SIM (Nano) Samsung Galaxy On8 (2018) runs Android 8.0 Oreo with Samsung Experience UX on top and features a 6-inch HD+ (720×1480 pixels) Super AMOLED Infinity Display along with an 18.5:9 aspect ratio. There's also a 5-megapixel depth-sensing camera with an aperture of f/2.2 to help spruce up those bokeh effect shots. One variant will get 64GB of internal memory with 4GB of RAM, while the second will get 128GB of internal memory with 6GB of RAM. The Galaxy A7 comes with a metal unibody design at the back and no rear-mounted fingerprint sensor, neither present at the front due to the full-view display.

A9 Samsung Galaxy Star Pro will get 4 main camera module. This is a power lock/unlock button which also functions as a fingerprint sensor, and makes it much easier to access as the button comes at a place where our finger can reach easily.

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